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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.
Originally Posted by staff
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?
Several new stations have been built that way.
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.