Paris : Public transport networks
Public Transport System
Public transport systems in Paris and Ile-de-France carry more than 41 million passengers everyday. The daily modal share of mobility in Ile-de-France in 2010 was as follows:
- walking (38.7% - 15.904 million),
- car (37.8% - 15.532 million),
- public transport (20.1% - 8.287 million),
- cycling (1.6% - 652,000),
- motorbike (1.4% - 569,000),
- others (0.4% - 170,000).
Public transport systems are operated by more than 70 companies
RATP: State owned company operating metro, tramway, bus services in the central area as well as 2 heavy rail lines (RER or Rapid-transit rail system) shared with SNCF. In 2014, RATP employed more than 44,000 staff members in Ile-de-France and had a turnover of € 5,257m. RATP carries 75% of passengers (54% of passengers.km) in Ile-de-France.
SNCF: State owned national railway company operating suburban rail services. In 2014, SNCF employed more than 240,000 staff members worldwide (of which 20,000 in Ile-de-France) and had a turnover of € 32.2bn in 2013. SNCF carries 17% of passengers (40% of passengers.km) in Ile-de-France.
Optile: association bringing together more than 70 private bus companies which employs 9,331 staff members and represent 8% of journeys on 1,176 regular bus routes in 2014. Those companies are mostly subsidiaries of Keolis, Transdev and RATP Dev (private branch of RATP Group).
Type of networks
|Network length (km)||1,450||218||105||nd|
|Number of lines||13||16||9||nd|
|Number of stops/stations||448||302||180||nd|
|Number of vehicles||1,182||693||238||9,412|
|Number of operators||2||1||2||more than 70|
|Number of journey (million)||1,211||1,526||223||1,339|
- Tendency 2nd semester 2014