RER Line D


Melun • Malesherbes • Corbeil-Essonnes

Inaugurated in 1987, the RER D line crosses Paris from North to South, connecting the Creil station in the north to the Melun, Corbeil-Essonnes, Malesherbes, Viry-Châtillon, and Juvisy stations in the south. The RER D route serves 59 stations spread across 70 municipalities, including 3 stations within Paris city limits: Gare du Nord, Gare de Lyon, and Châtelet - Les Halles.

From the Saint-Denis station to the Garges-Sarcelles station, several connections are possible with the T1, T5, T8, and T11 Express trams. The 3 stations within Paris city limits also provide connections to several metro, RER, and Transilien lines. There is also a connection to the R line at the Melun station and the H line at the Creil station.

Like the other RER lines, the RER D line serves tourist neighborhoods and cultural and historical sites. For example, you can visit the Musée Condé or the National Archives.

Did you know? The RER D line is the longest line in the network, with a total route length of 197 km.

Works 2023

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1987Start of Service
145MYearly travelers
397 261Validated tickets per day

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • How many stations are there on RER line D?

    There are 59 stations on RER line D.

  • How can I find out which RATP stations and stops are accessible to wheelchair users?

    For the RER, the 65 stations operated by RATP are accessible to people with reduced mobility (PMR) and are equipped with elevators to the platforms. All bus lines in Paris are accessible to wheelchair users, as well as line 14 of the metro.

  • How can I download the Bonjour RATP application?

    You can download the Bonjour RATP application by following the links on the Bonjour RATP website or from your phone's app store (Google Play for Android phones and the App Store for iPhones).

  • How long is a Ticket t+ valid for the metro, bus, RER, or tram?

    The Ticket t+ is valid on all metro lines, as well as trams, buses, and RER trains operating within Paris. It costs 1.90€ per unit. In the metro or RER, it is valid for 1 hour and 30 minutes without exiting. On the bus or tram, a single Ticket t+ is valid for the entire journey. It allows transfers between buses and/or trams for 1 hour and 30 minutes from the first validation.