Transportation from métro of Paris to Paris CDG airport
History and tour of the Paris Metro
The Paris Metro is part of public transport systems linking the capital and its surroundings. It is operated by the Régie Autonome des Transports Parisiens known under the abbreviation RATP. Stations and infrastructure are the owner of the RATP while rolling stock owned by the STIF. Its network length 219.9 kilometers. It has in total 16 network lines and 303 subway stations. These lines are mostly underground lines. There were 1.506 billion passengers in 2011 is around 4.13 million passengers daily. He is one of the symbols of the French capital and is characterized by the concentration of its network and its architectural style.
The Paris Metro was built during the Universal Exhibition of 1900. It connected the Porte de Vincennes and Porte Maillot since July 19, 1900. It was designed by the architect Hector Guimard following a style of art nouveau. The techniques used for the construction of the first subway station were cut-and-cover technique, which are: technical shields and the ancient technique of woodwork. The Parisians were seduced by this new means of transportation that allowed them to travel in comfort and in less time. After the inauguration of the first metro line, the network is multiplied until the Second World War. The buildings have experienced a pause between 1950 and 1970. Extension work was carried out in 1929 near the suburbs who counted a large population. But in 1939, some subway stations were closed to deal with the economy. The 1929 extension activities were continued in 1949, hence the introduction of new extensions. The company of public transport in the Paris region and the CMP of Baron Empain merged on 1 January 1942. The network management is undertaken by the RATP in 1949. modernization of rolling stock of work has been done on the network in 2011. automatic trains have been put in place to allow for operation and automatic control of the network. The flow of the line was increased while the travel time has been reduced.
Compared to the Berlin subway, the Paris metro is much more developed and much larger. It has a length of 219.9 kilometers with 199.9 kilometers are underground. It does not work all night unlike the New York subway. The Paris metro tunnel lies near the Earth's surface due to the heterogeneous nature of the Parisian soil. The first metro line linking the defense and the Château de Vincennes is commissioned in 1900 while the latter linking Saint-Lazare and the Olympiad was commissioned in 1998. The metro runs on lines with two channels with the exception of lines 7 and 13 which have branch lines. To acquire tickets for the subway several means are available. Transilien sales of PLCs, Transilien station ticket offices of the Ile-de-France, CIC bank ATM or Credit Mutuel of the Ile de France, the Transiliennes agencies and the Internet are available to buy these tickets.
Transfer to the subways of Paris
Metro center deParis are at a distance of 24 km from Orly airport, 29 km from Charles de Gaulle Airport and 87 km from Beauvais Airport.