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Old Posted Jun 29, 2008, 5:15 AM
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The construction of the L12 extension has officially begun : four more km between Porte de la Chapelle and Mairie d'Aubervilier.
Phase 1 should be completed in 2012.


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Why do they build the new stations with tracks in the middle and platforms on each side, like the older Parisian stations? Isn't it more effective with a single platform in the middle and tracks on each side of it?
That's true.
Several new stations have been built that way.
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Due at an assault of a conductor at Rueil-Malmaison, the traffic on the RER A is shut down.
Result the whole Parisian transportation network is disrupted.

And even worse due to a technical problem (suspicious smoke), traffic is stopped on the line 14.
So in the busiest section of Paris (Gare de Lyon - Chatelet) only 2 lines out 4 run. The overcrowded metro line 1 and RER D.

Morning rush hour.



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Old Posted Jul 5, 2008, 7:26 AM
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The failures of M14 and RERA at the same time were a very bad coincidence.
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Old Posted Jul 27, 2008, 2:12 PM
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MF2000
I happy, it was the first time that I see it running.




The LCD screen were to expensive so the RATP search a cheaper model of LCD screen

It was 11 am the off peak hours. Why this train was not empty.



I wanted to take a picture (with a cute asian girl inside ) and this guy moved.



Unfortunely I was not more successful for taking picture of the exterior.


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Old Posted Jul 27, 2008, 3:41 PM
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Are they used only on the line 2 ?
I wish they had started their service on the line 6 instead. Both lines are very similar... and I use the latter much more.
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The MF2000 is not rubber tired it can't run on the line 6.
This type of train will run on the lines 2, 5 and 9.

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The MF2000 is not rubber tired it can't run on the line 6.
... and I should know that.
1, 4 & 6 use rubber tires.
Are there others ?
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Yes the lines 11 and 14 are also rubber tired.
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I like the new Imagin R (Contactless card for 12 - 25 years old.) publicity.
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This time it was a success.

MF01 is the official name of the MF2000








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This time it was a success.

MF01 is the official name of the MF2000
Thanks for posting photos of the new metro again.

Success this time ?
What was the failure before ?
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See the 85th post.
I would not call the photo of the MF01 face a success.

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I would not call the photo of the MF01 face a success.
OK.
I thought that the metro itself had had technical problems... but it was only the photographer.

The MF01 looks good !
A nice mix of modernity and tradition.
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The windows are huge !
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