Public transport


30 rue Championnet - 75018 Paris

Montmartre - La Chapelle - 18e Arrondissement

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COVID19: the RATP network works but adapts. Wearing a mask is compulsory in public transport. All information on


The RATP operates a part of the Paris and Paris region public transport offer, the 2 other transport providers being the SNCF Transilien and Optile. The network is very efficient and the many stations make it easy for visitors to access to all the tourist attractions in the capital and the region. The RATP sells numerous B2C transport tickets on its network, but also B2B to all professionals. Paris Visite, book of 10 T+ tickets, tickets for airport connections by RER and Bus, Paris/suburbs such as Paris/Versailles, Disney Paris, Paris/Parc des Expositions (Villepinte).
Next Stop Paris: (offline) free application for download on mobile phones. Available on the AppStore or Google Play.
The RATP welcomes Chinese travellers with its RATP WeChat Chinese account. Available on AppStore or Google Play.
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3246 Service €0.80 / min + price of call: Lost property service
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Type of vehicle

  • Buses, cars
  • Airport shuttles


Public transport: metro, Montmartre cablecar, trams, buses, RER trains

Times: The metro and the RER operate daily from 5.30am to 1am (and for the metro only, until 2am on Friday, Saturday and the evening before public holidays) Noctilien: night bus service from 12.30am to 5.30am


Available on the website or on the application Next Stop Paris.

Methods of payment

  • CB/Visa
  • Eurocard/Mastercard

Other methods of payment: Espèces et chèques mobilité (missions locales, conseils régionaux)

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30 rue Championnet
75018 Paris

  • Subway - Simplon
  • Bus - 85

Offer adapted to disabled visitors

  • Hearing Hearing
  • Mental Mental
  • Physical Physical
  • Visual Visual

Accessibility information

- Physical disability: the entire Paris Bus network (63 lines), more than 70% of the Bus network in the suburbs (i.e. more than 200 lines), 63 RER A and B stations out of the 65 in the RATP network, all tram lines, and line 14 of the metro are accessible to people with disabilities, and to wheelchair users.

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Sustainable development approach

Energy savings and reduction of CO2 emissions (bus plan 2025 with 80% of electric buses and 20% of biogas buses); economy of resources for a circular economy; reduction of emissions of any nature and protection of biodiversity; promotion of employment and regional development.

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