[12], On December 14, 2020, the second northern extension to Mairie de Saint-Ouen opened, allowing for the section of Line 13 between this station and Saint-Lazare to eventually become desaturated. It occupies a space originally reserved for the Transport Museum. En 2024, les 4 lignes du Grand Paris Express et 80 % des lignes de métro, tramway et RER existantes seront en correspondance à la ligne 14. l14sud-thermometre.png … This important step i the project is to gather the public opinion on the southern segment of line 14 of the automated metro of the Grand Paris, which will be realised in two sections, including this one which will connect 4 stations from Olympiads to Villejuif IGR. Grand Paris Express will kick off with the extension Line 14 from Gare Saint-Lazare to Mairie de Saint-Ouen. The MP14 trains which are displacing the MP89 and MP05 have eight cars. Des territoires mieux desservis, des aéroports mieux connectés La ligne 14 Sud, longue de 14 km en souterrain, bénéficiera à plus de 260 000 habitants de … The section between Villejuif Institut Gustave-Roussy and Orly airport will connect with Grand Paris Express future Line 18 by 2024. 4 communes concernées : Paris (8 e, 9 e et 17 e arrondissements), Clichy-la-Garenne, Saint-Ouen, Saint-Denis. Similar trains will be used on the Line 16 too. [1] The line is expected to be part of the Grand Paris Express rapid transit network and to be extended north and south for this project. [N 1]. Travellers have been largely satisfied with Line 14's speed and service. The southern extension of the line to Olympiades in June 2007, an area of high rise towers in the XIIIe arrondissement that was not served very well, was not a real extension: the tunnel was built at the same time as the rest of the line, but it was used as a train maintenance area, so a new maintenance area was constructed. La gare Villejuif Institut Gustave-Roussy est l'une des neuf gares emblématiques du Grand Paris Express. It bends eastward and passes underneath Line 12, before entering, straight on, the station Madeleine, situated on the northern corner of the eponymous church, underneath the narrow rue de Sèze. [7][8] Since then traffic has grown again: at the end of 2007, on average 450,000 passengers took the line on a working day. 3 March 2014: The first of eighteen MP 05 railcars goes into revenue service. Southwards, the plan is to create a direct, high-frequency line between the centre of Paris to Orly airport. Cette petite ligne est, on peut dire, une petite navette pour les étudiants du Campus EDF Paris-Moulon ainsi … Pyramides and Madeleine are endowed with a particular lighting, bright sunshine outside falls onto the platforms; a system which evidently does not work at night. The building of this extension caused the collapse of the courtyard of an elementary school; fortunately, no children were present on that day. Given the pressing need, the council of Ministers of Michel Rocard's government approved the project in October 1989. It was operated completely automatically from the beginning, and the very positive return of that experiment motivated the retrofitting of Line 1 for full automation. Line 14 is being extended north from Saint-Lazare, with a principal aim of reducing overcrowding on line 13. The RATP opted for a specific style of the new line, for instance lightly coloured tiling rather than bitumen. Pour plus d’information sur la ligne 14 Nord, rendez-vous sur le site prolongerligne14-mairie-saint-ouen.fr Plan de la ligne FAQ; Vous avez une question ? The extension of line 14 is planed within the Grand Paris Express project. To improve service, the SACEM (Système d'aide à la conduite, à l'exploitation et à la maintenance --"Assisted driving, control and maintenance system") was installed on the central run of Line A in September 1989. This garden is situated underneath RATP House at the foot of which the station was built. The automation of Line 1 began in 2007, along with the introduction of doors on the platform. Gare de Lyon offers travellers the view of a tropical garden on the right side of trains towards Olympiades, as one enters the station. To cater permanently to demand on the busy artery between Auber and Gare de Lyon new rail lines would have to be built. 15 October 1998: The new Line 14 was inaugurated between Madeleine and Bibliothèque F. Mitterrand. Longue de 14 km , l’extension sud desservira 13 communes – essentiellement dans le Val-de-Marne (94) – et prévoit d’accueillir 300 000 usagers chaque jour. Mon info travaux; Paramétrer mes alertes; Rencontrer. [S 2]. That extension would travel southeastward from Olympiades, with 6 intermediate stations. The station thus is in keeping with others in its choice of materials (polished concrete arches, wood on the ceilings, etc.) Moreover, it’s interconnected with some metro lines in Paris. 4 nouvelles stations : Pont Cardinet, Porte de Clichy, Saint-Ouen, Mairie de Saint-Ouen. 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In 1987, the RATP proposed "project Météor", ("MÉTro-Est-Ouest-Rapide") the creation of a new Métro line, from Porte Maillot on the edge of the 16th arrondissement to the Maison Blanche district in the 13th, an area poorly served by transport despite its large population. Ligne 14. Paris Métro Line 14 (French: Ligne 14 du métro de Paris) is one of the sixteen lines on the Paris Métro. •    Statement of Public Utility: 29 July 2016, •    Commissioning target date: by 2024 (3 years before the initial target date), The Territorial Development Contracts (CDTs). The line begins underneath Saint-Lazare in a two way tunnel-head, after stopping in that station, it heads southwards, descending beneath buildings and winding around Line 12 and RER Line A. To be commissioned as soon as 2019, this section represents a sustainable solution to ease the existing congestion on line 13 thanks to two interconnection points, including with RER C. The runs between stations are longer, allowing a rolling speed of close to 40 km per hour, close to double that of the other Paris metro lines and approaching that of the RER. The extension was originally supposed to open in 2017, but construction was postponed several times during the course of 2016 and 2017. Provisional timeline: •    Public consultation: June-July 2015 The public consultation took place from June 1 to July 9, 2015. Où en est-on ? Before being put into commercial service Line 14 was known as project Météor, an acronym of MÉTro Est-Ouest Rapide. Une partie est commune à la Ligne 17. According to the designers, the stations should be the reflection of a "noble public space, monumental in spirit, urban in its choice of forms and materials". The terrain, made mostly of loosely packed limestone and marl was favourable to drilling and the tunnel advanced at a respectable 350 metres (380 yards) a month. To be commissioned as soon as 2019, this section represents a sustainable solution to ease the existing congestion on line 13 thanks to two interconnection points, including with RER C. The schedule for this section includes consultation, study and construction phases. Line 14 uses rubber-tire rolling stock. Bibliothèque François-Mitterrand has its own unique design: monumental, fifteen metre pillars and stairs forming a semi-circle seventy metres in diameter. Works at the site and the excavation of excavated material from the bassin de l'Arsenal were delayed two weeks by a flood of the Seine, the waterway route having been chosen to minimise heavy traffic in the city. These meetings aimed to present the project, engage in dialogue with inhabitants, answer their questions and take into consideration their comments. [19] The adopted solution crosses the two branches of line 13 with stations at Porte de Clichy on the Asnières – Gennevilliers branch and Mairie de Saint-Ouen on the Saint-Denis branch. Traffic on the line grew quickly: in October 2003, after five years in service there were 240,000 daily passengers. The 794-metre journey to the station Pyramides finishes with a 4.5% climb to the station established just below l'avenue de l'Opéra. The 816,000 m3 (1,067,000 cu yd) of debris excavated is about twice the volume of the Tour Montparnasse, Paris's largest building; and the 19,000 tonnes (18,700 long tons; 20,900 short tons) of steel needed for re-inforced concrete and structural support is twice the mass of the Eiffel Tower.[4]. More importantly it proposed "Project EOLE" ("Est-Ouest Liaison Express"), the creation of a new standard gauge line, initially from Paris's eastern suburbs to Saint-Lazare, then an extension onwards to the western suburbs. The COVID-19 pandemic also hampered opening efforts during the course of 2020. Grâce à lui, il sera plus simple de se rendre d’un point à l’autre de l’Île-de-France en transports en commun sans passer par Paris, mais aussi de rejoindre plus rapidement le cœur de la capitale depuis sa périphérie. [16] The upgrade was finished in 2012. 26 June 2007: The first southern extension from. Le Grand Paris Express, c'est : 200 km de lignes nouvelles, 68 gares dont 80% connectées au réseau de transport, 4 lignes nouvelles: 15, 16, 17 et 18 (celle qui desservira Palaiseau), 2 lignes prolongées: 11 et 14. Commissioning milestones: • 2019: Northwards section from Gare Saint-Lazare to Mairie de Saint-Ouen (a STIF/RATP project) • 2023: Northwards section from Mairie de Saint-Ouen to Saint-Denis Pleyel • 2023: Southwards section from Olympiades to Villejuif Institut Gustave-Roussy • 2024: Southwards section from Villejuif Institut Gustave-Roussy to Orly. La mise en service du tronçon dès 2019 apportera une solution pérenne pour désengorger la ligne 13 grâce à ses deux interconnexions. Northwards, the line will be extended from Gare Saint-Lazare to Saint-Denis Pleyel business hub. La ligne 14 actuelle, longue de 8,6 km, relie Olympiade (13e arrondissement) à Saint-Lazare. La Société du Grand Paris a transféré la maîtrise d’ouvrage à la RATP. The tunnel quickly descends on a 4.0% slope underneath Line 8, itself nestled underneath the boulevards de la Madeleine and des Capucines, Line 14 continues at this depth underneath the buildings above. Le Grand Paris Express est un projet de réseau de transport public composé de quatre nouvelles lignes de métro et du prolongement de la ligne 14. On October 12, 2020, the first of 35 initial MP 14 railcars entered revenue service - which will eventually displace the existing stock, which will in-turn be relocated to Line 4 once automation there is completed.[2]. Line 14 has some unusual design features – its floor tiling is not bitumenised, and platform screen doors at stations prevent passengers from falling onto the track or from committing suicide. The report gives a favourable opinion. The station's exit is constructed from a glass bubble designed by Jean-Marie Charpentier and situated just in front of the Gare de Paris-Saint-Lazare, pointing towards the row of bus-stops. Olympiades station was developed by the architects Ar.thème Associés following the line's guiding principles, defined by Bernard Kohn from 1991. Paris's east–west axis across has long been heavily travelled: Line 1 of the Métro began approaching saturation in the 1940s, necessitating the construction of Line A of the RER in the 1960s and '70s; which became the busiest urban routes in Europe (by 2010 there were more than a million passengers each working day). Another station will interconnect with the RER C station Saint-Ouen, another one with the Transilien Paris – Saint-Lazare lines at Pont Cardinet, and the last one with the RER D at Stade de France – Saint-Denis. 16 December 2003: The first northern extension from Madeleine to Saint-Lazare opened. It crossed the Seine upstream from pont de Tolbiac, supported by submerged beams the traditional under fluvial support. La Société du Grand Paris a attribué, le 14 décembre, le 2e marché de génie civil de la ligne 18 pour la réalisation du viaduc entre Palaiseau et... Travaux , Culture et création 04.12.2020 The line is also occasionally used as a showcase for the expertise of the RATP, its operator, and Systra and Siemens Transportation Systems, constructors of the rolling stock and automated equipment respectively when they bid internationally to build metro systems. This improved efficiency and reduced the interval between trains to just two minutes, though an improvement ultimately insufficient to absorb the increasing demand. [20], Line 14 is also being extended south towards Orly Airport. In January 2004, ground level signalling to indicate the doorways was tested on Line 13 at Saint-Lazare station. Some features of Line 14's train control system are run under the OpenVMS operating system. [6] Initially planned for 2006, work was delayed by the collapse of the courtyard in the primary school at 11, rue Auguste-Perret during the night of 14–15 October 2006. Ligne 14 sud Construction on the extension began in 2014, and the opening is scheduled on 17 December 2020. It was operated completely automatically from the beginning, and the very positive return of that experiment motivated the retrofitting of Line 1 for full automation. Correspondances: ligne 13 (2 branches), RER C, ligne L du Transilien, Tramway T3b, réseau de bus. It was opened to the public in 1998 and had its first automatic run in October 1998. 1 site de maintenance et de remisage pour les rames de métro Fully automated, driverless trains will run on the new network at an average speed of 60km/h, nearly double that of the current Paris Metro network. En bref; La 14 en chiffres; La 14 en mouvement; La 14 dans le rétro; Gares et sites de la 14 Sud. It is to be commissioned by 2023, approximately the same time as the future lines 16 and 17 with which it will share a section between Saint-Denis Pleyel and Le Bourget RER.