Transilien Line U
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Transilien Line U
Line U
Transilien Transilien
A Z 8800 train at Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines.
Overview
Other name(s)La Défense - La Verrière
TerminiLa Défense
La Verrière
Stations11
Service
TypeCommuter rail
SystemTransilien
Operator(s)SNCF
Depot(s)Trappes
Rolling stockZ8800
Daily ridership55,000
History
Opened1995
Technical
Line length31 km (19 mi)
Track gauge

Transilien Line U is a railway line of the Transilien suburban rail network. The trains on this line depart from La Défense Station in Paris's business district of La Défense. Transilien service from La Défense is part of the SNCF Saint-Lazare rail network. The line has 55,000 passengers per weekday.[1]

Chronology

  • 22 July 1988: A proposal is submitted to the Syndicat des transports parisiens for a suburb-to-suburb tangentielle line between Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines and the business district of La Défense.
  • July 1991: The proposal is approved by the Syndicat des transports parisiens, with the line reusing existing infrastructure from the Grande Ceinture line.
  • 28 May 1995: The La Défense-Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines line is opened to the public.
  • end of 2004: The line is renamed Line U as part of a reworking of the Transilien network.

List of Line U stations

References

See also



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