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  • Beautify

    RATP is upgrading its public areas,
    making them more welcoming,
    better lit and more comfortable.
    Since 2000, more than 250 stations
    have been refurbished. A huge plan
    to upgrade RER stations
    has started.

    © RATP Bruno Marguerite
  • Save

    A first on a large historical
    network: all RATP stations now
    use LED lighting.
    This is expected to save
    50% in lighting energy.

    © RATP Denis Sutton
  • Exhibit

    16,000 photos on Instagram, one
    million likes, 50 photos rewarded
    and displayed…The success of the
    #photogRATPhie competition is
    evidence of the strong link
    between RATP and
    the city.

    © RATP Jean-François Mauboussin
  • Refurbish

    Completely refurbished in 2016,
    the Louvre – Rivoli station is now
    an opportunity to discover new
    reproductions of the Louvre’s
    masterpieces. With RATP,
    art and culture also feature
    on the metro.

    © RATP Jean-François Mauboussin
  • Transport

    One million journeys a day!
    Ten years after the tram returned
    to Paris, RATP operates seven
    lines, across 100 kilometres
    in the Île-de-France region.
    Popular among residents in the
    Paris region, this mode
    will continue to develop.

    © RATP Bruno Marguerite
  • Invest

    The T6 line arrived in Viroflay
    with two underground stations:
    a first for a Paris regional tram.
    This extension is part of the almost
    1.8-billion-euro investment
    programme in 2016.

    © RATP Bruno Marguerite
  • Welcome

    Throughout the world,
    RATP group’s teams strive
    to provide an appropriate response
    to every customer to facilitate
    their transport experience.

    © RATP Bruno Marguerite
  • Extend

    Metro line 12 continues its path
    towards Aubervilliers. In total,
    four line extensions are currently
    underway to bring regions
    closer together.

    © RATP Bruno Marguerite
  • Guide

    Developed with the Ixxi subsidiary,
    the new Zenway touch screens help
    customers to find their way around
    more easily and provide information
    on the district. A form of innovation
    that is popular for 92%
    of passengers!

    © RATP Denis Sutton
  • Strengthen

    At the end of the 2016-2020
    contract with STIF, 100 additional
    staff members will enhance
    the reception of and increase
    information available to customers
    taking night buses. A real
    advantage for passengers!

    © RATP Bruno Marguerite
  • Secure

    In an environment with an
    increased amount of vigilance,
    the scheme implemented with
    the public authorities to ensure
    passenger security has been
    strengthened and the prerogatives
    of the RATP protection
    and security officers
    broadened.

    © RATP Jean-François Mauboussin
  • Mobilise

    More modern trains,
    new operating systems,
    replaced tracks, improved
    coordination…RATP teams
    are focused on the RER.

    © RATP Denis Sutton
  • Maintain

    In summer 2016, 5.2 kilometres
    of track were replaced on the central
    section of RER line A.
    An exceptional project to guarantee
    this structuring line’s safety
    and availability.

    © RATP Jean-François Mauboussin
  • Export

    Four years after it entered into
    service, Casablanca’s first tram line
    celebrated its 100 millionth
    passenger. Success built on a close
    relationship between the public
    transport authority and
    the RATP Dev team.

    © RATP Jean-François Mauboussin
  • Explore

    Paris, London, New York, Hong
    Kong… the Group’s tourist buses
    offer a different way to explore
    world cities. In 2016,
    RATP Dev launched an
    international alliance
    composed of the sector’s
    best operators.

    © RATP Bruno Marguerite
  • Connect

    In the all-digital era, RATP offers
    a Point Connect service
    across its network, with 20 minutes
    of free Wi-Fi and a USB socket
    for charging mobiles.

    © RATP Denis Sutton
  • Automate

    Work to automate a second
    metro line has started in Paris.
    With this new project,
    RATP confirms its leadership
    in automated metro systems.

    © RATP Bruno Marguerite
  • Stimulate

    24 % over three years:
    increased passenger traffic
    on the La Roche-sur-Yon network
    confirms its momentum since
    RATP Dev has operated it.
    The subsidiary has been renewed
    for six years.

    © RATP Dev
  • Inform

    800 additional multimodal,
    real-time information screens were
    installed in 2016. Using digital
    technology, RATP also offers
    personalised information
    to simplify daily transport.

    © RATP Jean-François Mauboussin
  • Test

    In 2016, RATP, the City of Paris
    and STIF began testing autonomous
    electric shuttles. The objective is
    to provide an innovative solution
    for door to door mobility
    which complements
    the existing offer.

    © RATP Jean-François Mauboussin
  • Educate

    “Forgotten items = disrupted traffic”.
    RATP launched a campaign
    to remind people of the impact
    forgotten bags have on traffic.
    An initiative bringing together
    punctuality and
    increased vigilance.

    © RATP Denis Sutton
  • Develop

    Extensions to the north and south,
    refurbished stations, a redesigned
    control centre, new trains…
    The backbone of the Grand Paris
    Express, line 14 is being upgraded
    so that it continues to be a model
    of excellence.

    © RATP Denis Sutton
  • Help

    RATP pays particular attention
    to customers with specific needs
    through the use of trained
    employees and innovative facilities
    that support their independence
    on the transport network.

    © RATP Bruno Marguerite
  • Integrate

    The green spaces around
    the T2 tram are now maintained
    through an integration project.
    Transport, as a part of the urban
    landscape, is also an integrating
    and unifying factor.

    © RATP Jean-François Mauboussin
  • Conceive

    Partnerships with start-ups,
    tests, internal challenges…
    the Group innovates to conceive
    forms of connected mobility
    and cities of the future.

    © RATP Eloïse Legay
  • Cultivate

    Urban agriculture has taken root
    on a second RATP site, with 450 m2
    of vegetable gardens. The objective
    is to plant 4 hectares of roof gardens
    on RATP sites by 2020.

    © RATP Denis Sutton
  • Innovate

    The first fully electric bus line
    is now operating in Paris.
    The objective for 2025 is a fleet
    of 4,600 100% green buses
    in the Île-de-France region.

    © RATP Denis Sutton
  • Train

    Through the widespread use
    of digital technology in systems,
    transition to electric buses…
    the Group’s teams enhance their
    expertise with new skills that make
    the most of technological
    developments.

    © RATP Bruno Marguerite
  • Enhance

    The Lagny bus depot (Paris)
    has been extended and moved
    semi-underground and now
    accommodates nearly 200 buses
    beneath six floors of offices
    and public facilities.
    Optimising industrial heritage
    for the cities of the future.

    © RATP Denis Sutton
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  • Beautify

    RATP is upgrading its public areas, making them more welcoming, better lit and more comfortable. Since 2000, more than 250 stations have been refurbished. A huge plan to upgrade RER stations has started.

  • Save

    A first on a large historical network: all RATP stations now use LED lighting. This is expected to save 50% in lighting energy.

  • Exhibit

    16,000 photos on Instagram, one million likes, 50 photos rewarded and displayed…The success of the #photogRATPhie competition is evidence of the strong link between RATP and the city.

  • Refurbish

    Completely refurbished in 2016, the Louvre – Rivoli station is now an opportunity to discover new reproductions of the Louvre’s masterpieces. With RATP, art and culture also feature on the metro.

  • Transport

    One million journeys a day! Ten years after the tram returned to Paris, RATP operates seven lines, across 100 kilometres in the Île-de-France region. Popular among residents in the Paris region, this mode will continue to develop.

  • Invest

    The T6 line arrived in Viroflay with two underground stations: a first for a Paris regional tram. This extension is part of the almost 1.8-billion-euro investment programme in 2016.

  • Welcome

    Throughout the world, RATP group’s teams strive to provide an appropriate response to every customer to facilitate their transport experience.

  • Extend

    Metro line 12 continues its path towards Aubervilliers. In total, four line extensions are currently underway to bring regions closer together.

  • Guide

    Developed with the Ixxi subsidiary, the new Zenway touch screens help customers to find their way around more easily and provide information on the district. A form of innovation that is popular for 92% of passengers!

  • Strengthen

    At the end of the 2016-2020 contract with STIF, 100 additional staff members will enhance the reception of and increase information available to customers taking night buses. A real advantage for passengers!

  • Secure

    In an environment with an increased amount of vigilance, the scheme implemented with the public authorities to ensure passenger security has been strengthened and the prerogatives of the RATP protection and security officers broadened.

  • Mobilise

    More modern trains, new operating systems, replaced tracks, improved coordination…RATP teams are focused on the RER.

  • Maintain

    In summer 2016, 5.2 kilometres of track were replaced on the central section of RER line A. An exceptional project to guarantee this structuring line’s safety and availability.

  • Export

    Four years after it entered into service, Casablanca’s first tram line celebrated its 100 millionth passenger. Success built on a close relationship between the public transport authority and the RATP Dev team.

  • Explore

    Paris, London, New York, Hong Kong… the Group’s tourist buses offer a different way to explore world cities. In 2016, RATP Dev launched an international alliance composed of the sector’s best operators.

  • Connect

    In the all-digital era, RATP offers a Point Connect service across its network, with 20 minutes of free Wi-Fi and a USB socket for charging mobiles.

  • Automate

    Work to automate a second metro line has started in Paris. With this new project, RATP confirms its leadership in automated metro systems.

  • Stimulate

    24 % over three years: increased passenger traffic on the La Roche-sur-Yon network confirms its momentum since RATP Dev has operated it. The subsidiary has been renewed for six years.

  • Inform

    800 additional multimodal, real-time information screens were installed in 2016. Using digital technology, RATP also offers personalised information to simplify daily transport.

  • Test

    In 2016, RATP, the City of Paris and STIF began testing autonomous electric shuttles. The objective is to provide an innovative solution for door to door mobility which complements the existing offer.

  • Educate

    “Forgotten items = disrupted traffic”. RATP launched a campaign to remind people of the impact forgotten bags have on traffic. An initiative bringing together punctuality and increased vigilance.

  • Develop

    Extensions to the north and south, refurbished stations, a redesigned control centre, new trains… The backbone of the Grand Paris Express, line 14 is being upgraded so that it continues to be a model of excellence.

  • Help

    RATP pays particular attention to customers with specific needs through the use of trained employees and innovative facilities that support their independence on the transport network.

  • Integrate

    The green spaces around the T2 tram are now maintained through an integration project. Transport, as a part of the urban landscape, is also an integrating and unifying factor.

  • Conceive

    Partnerships with start-ups, tests, internal challenges… the Group innovates to conceive forms of connected mobility and cities of the future.

  • Cultivate

    Urban agriculture has taken root on a second RATP site, with 450 m2 of vegetable gardens. The objective is to plant 4 hectares of roof gardens on RATP sites by 2020.

  • Innovate

    The first fully electric bus line is now operating in Paris. The objective for 2025 is a fleet of 4,600 100% green buses in the Île-de-France region.

  • Train

    Through the widespread use of digital technology in systems, transition to electric buses… the Group’s teams enhance their expertise with new skills that make the most of technological developments.

  • Enhance

    The Lagny bus depot (Paris) has been extended and moved semi-underground and now accommodates nearly 200 buses beneath six floors of offices and public facilities. Optimising industrial heritage for the cities of the future.

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