TramwayLine T5

Tramway Line T5

Marche de Saint-Denis

Garges – Sarcelles RER

The T5 tram line was created to relieve heavy urban traffic, especially in Pierrefitte and Sarcelles. It was established in 2013.

The T5 line consists of 16 stops, starting from Marché de Saint-Denis and ending at Garges-Sarcelles. It covers zones 3 and 4, serving the municipalities of Saint-Denis, Pierrefitte-sur-Seine, and Sarcelles.

There are few connections on this tram line: Metro line 13 and tram T1 from the starting station. You can also reach Metro line 13 from the Guynemer stop, which serves Stade Auguste Delaune. When you get off at Garges-Sarcelles, you can access RER D.

And if you feel like strolling in the Regional Park, get off at the Butte Pinson stop, near Pierrefitte.

Did you know? The unique feature of the T5 tram line is that the trains run on pneumatic tires.

Tramway line T5 map

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Tramway line route T5

Tramway line T5 traffic info

Timetable for tramway line T5

Find all the schedules for the first and last departures and the frequency of trams on tramway line T5 in the PDF timetable.

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Tramway line T5 stops

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2013Start of Service
17MYearly travelers
46 576Validated tickets per day

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • How many stops are there on tramway line T5?

    There are 16 stops on tramway line T5.

  • 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)