Monday, July 04, 2016

Paris (works)

RATP
After its closure over the week-end, station Étienne Marcel (on subway line 4) in Paris (France) has reopened. Because of the works on its future extension, tram line T3b ends at station Colette Besson (instead of Porte de la Chapelle) until mid-September.

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Next update planned on (or around) July 9th.

1 comment:

  1. Hi!

    I know Metr0 since I had a Palm III palmtop, since 2001, I think. It's amazing, and it helped me a lot in many trips in Brazil and in Europe. So, I want to help too.

    My beloved city (Rio de Janeiro) is undergoind on great changes in urban mobility: Last month, the new tram (Light Rail) started to operate - only tests, but it'll have its full capacity soon. Next week we'll open our third Bus Rapid Transit corridor (Transolímpica) and in the next month, we'll have a new subway line.

    All the alternatives (including train, subway, BRT, tram, boats) will be connected each other. But I found only two subway lines in MetrO's file. So, I want to add all this info in Rio's file.

    So, please send me the Rio's text file (ricardojpinheiro@gmail.com), in order to improve it. It would be great to all tourists who will come to the Olympic Games to have this updated info.

    Best regards, Ricardo.

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