Eleven new lines of “evening bus”Who “waiting for travelers at the station at the exit of the train”were opened this summer in the Paris region, announced on Wednesday September 6, Ile-de-France Mobilités (IDFM), the organizing authority for public transport in the Ile-de-France region.
With these new lines, there are now a total of 36 lines of “evening bus” opened in the outer suburbs, around Paris, in order to “enable Ile-de-France residents to cover the last kilometer more easily from their station in the evening”explains IDFM in a communicated. The new stations served are: Goussainville, Gonesse, Garges-lès-Gonesse, Mitry-le-Neuf, Mitry-Claye, Villeparisis, Montereau-Nord, Montereau-Sud, Fontainebleau-Avon, Moret-sur-Loing – Veneux-les- Sablons, and Nemours.
Launched in 2019, this evening service “improves connection with the train” And “makes returns safer”, underlines IDFM. He works ” without reservation “ And “all tickets” of the IDFM network “are accepted”specifies the authority.
Itinerary according to requests
With variable schedules depending on the territories served, the “evening bus” circulate ” every evening “ And “take over from the usual lines” of buses, details IDFM. They “waiting for travelers when the trains arrive at the station to pick them up and drop them off at the stops of the lines closest to their homes”according to the press release.
Their departure times “correspond to train arrival times from Paris. If the train is late, the evening bus adapts and waits”, reports IDFM. As for travelers, they “inform the driver of the downhill stop” wish “in the area served by the service” And “the driver adjusts his route according to the requests” pengers.
The World with AFP