TramwayLine T11 Express

Tramway Line T11 Express

Le Bourget

Epinay Sur Seine

Created in 2017, the T11 Express tram line allows you to travel from Épinay-sur-Seine to Le Bourget in about fifteen minutes. This express line has only 5 stops between the starting point and the terminus, going from the northeast to the northwest of the Paris suburbs. The T11 line does not pass through central Paris. It was created to facilitate travel between different municipalities in the near suburbs of Paris and to strengthen the public transportation network in the north of the capital.

Originally, this tram line was supposed to be called Tram Express Nord, then TLN and Tangentielle Nord. Finally, the name T11 Express was chosen. Currently, 8 municipalities are served by this tram-train line. An extension project to Noisy-le-Sec is planned by 2033.

Épinay-sur-Seine provides connections to the RER C, tram T8, and 6 bus and Noctilien lines. At the Épinay - Villetaneuse stop, you can transfer to the Transilien H. The T8 tram line is accessible from and to the Villetaneuse-Université stop.

Pierrefitte - Stains is a connection with the RER D. It is the only stop on the line in zone 4; the rest of the route is in zone 3. Finally, the terminus at Le Bourget allows you to reach the RER B and 9 Parisian bus lines.

Did you know? The T11 Express tramway has the status of a tram-train, which allows it to travel on both national railway tracks and dedicated urban tramway tracks. The T11 Express tram line requires less ground width, which has allowed for better integration of the infrastructure into urban areas.

Getting around the Paris suburbs with the T11 Express tramway

Despite its small size, the T11 tram line has many connections. This advantage allows you to travel to all corners of Paris and the Île-de-France region, particularly to the two major Parisian airports and some major transfer stations.

Indeed, thanks to the connection of the T11 Express tramway with the RER C at Épinay-sur-Seine station, you can access Orly Airport and Massy - Palaiseau station. The RER B, which connects at Le Bourget station, provides direct access to Roissy - Charles de Gaulle Airport (Terminal 2) and Gare du Nord. Finally, the Transilien H line, accessible at the Épinay - Villetaneuse stop, also takes you to Gare de Paris - Nord or Saint-Denis.

Among the prominent locations accessible with the T11 line, students can get off at the Villetaneuse - Université stop to quickly reach Sorbonne Paris Nord University and its campus, or the surrounding stadiums and sports facilities.

Thanks to the T11 Express tramway, you can also easily reach many important green spaces. For example, get off at the Épinay-sur-Seine tram stop to visit Orgemont Park or the Departmental Park of L'Île-Saint-Denis.

If you want to take a walk in Georges Valbon Departmental Park, located between the Dugny - La Courneuve and Pierrefitte - Stains stops, this huge park, also known as the Courneuve Park, has several hiking trails, lakes, and landscaped areas. If you like birds, keep an eye out! Migratory birds are numerous there.

If you're still looking for outdoor activities near the T11 tram line, you can stay at the Pierrefitte - Stains stop to easily access Frédéric Lemaître Park or the Roger Fréville sports complex.

The T11 line also passes through one of the most iconic places in aeronautics: Le Bourget. From the Dugny - La Courneuve tram stop, a bus connection will take you to the Paris Le Bourget Exhibition Center and the Air and Space Museum in about ten minutes. Paris - Le Bourget Airport is a little further away.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • How many stops are there on tramway line T11 Express?

    There are 7 stops on tramway line T11 Express.

  • How to buy a tramway ticket?

    The Ticket t+ is valid on the entire tramway network. You can load your Tickets t+ (in booklets or individually) onto your Navigo Easy pass. The Navigo Easy pass is sold for 2€ and offers advantageous rates on booklets of Tickets t+. You can recharge your Navigo Easy pass using the Bonjour RATP application on compatible devices.

  • What is a tramway driver called?

    The wattman is the name given to the driver of a tramway. Wattman comes from the word watt, a unit of power used in electricity, the energy source of the tram. Nowadays, this name is no longer used. We would rather say "traminot".

  • Who invented the tramway?

    George Stephenson, a British engineer, invented the tramway in 1832. He designed the first commercially used rail tramway. His invention allowed people to travel more easily and quickly in large cities.

  • How many RATP tramway lines are there?

    In 2023, there are 13 tramway lines in Île-de-France, 9 of which are operated by the RATP group.

  • Lost items: how does it work?

    Have you lost an item? RATP offers you the possibility to report its loss in order to find it.

    In both cases, you are asked to describe the lost item (typology, color, brand) and provide your contact details. If the item is found, you will be notified by SMS or email, depending on the contact method you have declared.

    Coming soon: you will be able to have the found item delivered to you (shipping service at your expense, subject to the eligibility criteria of the item for acceptance by the carrier Chronopost, in accordance with the general shipping conditions)