Lyon is the second largest city in France and situated on the confluence of the rivers Saône and Rhône. Although the city itself only counts some 475,000 inhabitants, it has about 1.3 million inhabitants in the metropolitan area formed by 62 boroughs (606 km2), including Villeurbanne (140,000 inh.) and Vénissieux (60,000 inh.). Lyon is the capital of the Rhône-Alpes region.
For urban transport enthusiasts, Lyon offers virtually all existing modes: buses, trolleybuses, trams (T1, T2, T4), light rail (T3 & Rhônexpress), funiculars, metro (including a driverless line and a rack railway!) and regional trains. Except for regional trains and the Rhônexpress to the airport, all transport modes are operated by TCL and can be used with the same ticket. There are no fare zones.
The first sections of today's metro network opened in 1978, with most of the current line A, plus a short line B shuttle to Part Dieu railway station and the converted line C with its rack section up the Croix-Rousse hill.
Lyon's metro is now privately operated by Keolis Lyon under the brand name "TCL" (Transports en Commun de Lyon - also in charge of buses, trams, trolleybuses and the 2 funiculars); the network infrastructure is owned and maintained by Sytral (Syndicat mixte des transports pour le Rhône et l'agglomération lyonnaise), also responsible for the planning and construction of new routes.
The metro's total length is 30.3 km, it is completely underground, except for a short section on line C. The average distance between stations is 750 m. The metro runs mostly at low depth with many stations located right below street level with separate entrances for each side platform. Most stations are rather functional, altough some, especially on line D, boast an interesting design, like Parilly (architects: Jourda and Perraudin), which seems to be an underground cathedral, or Valmy and Gare de Vaise. Most stations have been equipped with lifts in recent years, and ticket barriers were installed in the late 2000s to reduce fare evasion.
The metro operates between 05:00 and 00:30. During daytime hours, trains run every 3-4 minutes on Line A & B, every 5-7 minutes on Line C and every 2.5 minutes on Line D.
Trains all have a similar design although they might use a different system. While line C is the only steel-to-steel railway line with its centre rack on the lower section, the other three lines use rubber-tyred wheels. The metro is operated on the left side. Trains are 2.9 m wide (line C 2.78 m). Except for the trains on line D, all vehicles have been repainted from the original orange livery into white with a red stripe. Several units have also been refurbished inside, with the formerly comfortable seats being replaced by a reduced number of longitudinal seats to increase the overall capacity of the system.
Perrache - Vaulx-en-Velin La Soie; 9.2 km, 14 stations
Line A is operated in ATO mode with rubber-tyred 3-car trains. Most of the line was opened in 1978 and only extended by one station in 2007, mostly by taking advantage of the depot access tracks, to create an interchange with tram line T3 and the Rhônexpress to the airport. Line A links Lyon's second major railway station Perrache to the neighbouring municipality of Villeurbanne by passing through the city centre proper known as Presqu'Île (peninsula between the two rivers). The line crosses the river Rhône inside the Morand-Bridge.
Charpennes - Stade de Gerland via Part Dieu (main railway station); 6.2 km, 9 stations
Line B is currently being extended to the west bank of the River Rhône (including an underground river crossing) to terminate at Oullins railway station (More). Another 1-station extension from there to an important hospital complex is possible.
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La Ville de Lyon propose l'application Lyon, outil idéal pour une pratique quotidienne de la ville.
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- Actus : les actualités de la ville
- Se détendre : les parcs et jardins, des idées de balades, les lieux de pratique sportive
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- Agenda : tous les évènements, en liste ou par moteur de recherche, et les incontournables de la vie culturelle lyonnaise
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It also displays the next tramway for the RATP lines T1, T2, T3 and soon the SNCF line T4.
This app requires "Transports Paris" to be installed first. "Transport Paris" is free!
Buy this app if you want to show support to "Transports Paris" ! :)
Remember to update both apps in case of trouble.
It is also possible that a station would not be working for some reason, don't hesitate to send me an email! I would update quickly to provide a fix.
Thanks to those of you that bought the RER alone! You now get the tram for nothing more :)
De plus nous avons élargie ces fonctionnalités à l'organisation de votre mariage. En effet, vous y découvrirez aussi les salles de réception, les traiteurs halals, les locations de voitures de prestiges, les photographes caméramans, les Dj et orchestres,les locations ou ventes de robes de mariages, de soirées ou de robes traditionnelles...
Et enfin, pour que notre application soit la plus complète possible, vous y trouverez une géoloalisation de tous les lieux cultes. Que vous soyez à côté de chez vous, en déplacement, chez des amis ou au travail, notre application vous donnera la mosquée la plus proche de vous et vous y guidera par la même occasion. Afin de faciliter vos prières, nous avons mis en place une boussole pour vous indiquer la direction de la mecque, les horaires de prières et les invocations.
L'application Médina Lyon vous propose :
- La liste des restaurants, pizzerias et fast foods HALAL sans alcool les plus proches du lieu où vous vous trouvez.
- La liste des restaurants
- La liste de tous vos prestataires de mariages sur la région lyonnaise
- La liste de toutes les mosquées, associations et pompes funèbres musulmanes
- Une géolocalisation des établissements autour de vous
- Des critères de recherche comme le type de restaurants que vous recherchez (gastronomie française, asiatiques, indiennes pakistanaises, turques...) , le types de prestaires de mariages (salles de reception, traiteurs, hammams, photographes, location de véhicules de mariage, robes...) ou le type de lieux cultes (mosquées, associations, pompes funèbres musulmanes...)
- L'affichage des établissements sur une carte.
- La possibilité de donner votre avis sitôt votre repas terminé ou la prestation terminée... Faites connaitre votre opinion aux restaurateurs.
- Déposez vos photos de l'établissement, de vos assiettes, de votre mosquée, de votre mariage, de votre salle de réception, votre décoration... en direct ou depuis vos albums.
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Invitez vos amis ou envoyez leur la fiche des établissement directement par mail
Publiez vos avis, votre restaurant préféré, votre salles de réception coup de cœur .. sur Facebook pour en faire profiter vos amis
Cette application nécessite une connexion 3G ou internet.
Vous souhaitez nous faire une suggestion, nous signaler un problème ? Contactez nous par e mail : email@example.com
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This simple and effective application is an essential tool for passengers departing from Lyon-Saint Exupéry airport.
- View flight departure and arrival times quickly in real time.
- Find out about the different ways of getting to the airport: bus, taxi, Express tram, train, car rental.
- Choose your parking by viewing available spaces in real time.
- View maps of the terminals so you know exactly where to go.
You can also find out practical information about services available at the airport, in particular for business passengers.
Up-to-date weather, strike and other incident news is automatically displayed when you open the application.
Plan your own trip or organise a trip for your customers or your family with total peace of mind.
For any suggests, please contact : firstname.lastname@example.org
Avec Lyon Métro, vous aurez accès :
- aux horaires de toutes les lignes
- à la carte "simplifiée" du métro lyonnais
- aux plans de l'intégralité des lignes
- aux infos trafic
- à la rubrique "favoris" vous permettant de mémoriser vos lignes préférées et de connaître l'heure de passage du prochain métro, tramway, bus, funiculaire ou rhônexpress
- aux tarifs des tickets et abonnements
- aux indisponibilités des ascenseurs et escaliers mécaniques
• The app also gives real time information regarding delays as well as details for instance departure and arrival platforms
• Designed to be user friendly, SNCF Direct automatically displays loyalty members’ tickets or allows user to manually add trips, and check what services are available on board and in the station.
• After the journey and if delays have occurred, the user is able to check if he is eligible for any compensation
Vous avez un petit creux ? Le Petit Paumé est là pour vous ! Naviguez sur la carte, entrez vos critères de recherche et trouvez le restaurant de vos envies ! Feuilletez la page de l’établissement qui vous donne l’eau à la bouche.
Vous avez une petite soif ? Cliquez sur l’icône bleue « Siroter Lyon », et trouvez le bar gourmand de vos rêves.
Téléchargez l’application gratuitement, et vous pourrez :
-Utiliser la fonction réalité augmentée : Filmez avec votre application Petit Paumé, et découvrez les établissements qui apparaissent autour de vous !
-Rechercher sur la carte les restaurants, bars, boites de nuit …
-Faire varier vos critères de recherche en fonction de vos envies (prix, quartier, spécialité, établissements RPPP…)
-Découvrir les fiches détaillées des établissements (localisation, critique du Petit Paumé, avis des utilisateurs, coordonnées…)
Utilisez la toute nouvelle application du Petit Paumé, c’est :
-Découvrir les établissements qui se trouvent autour de vous
-Chercher les restaurants, bars, boites et autres dans le quartier de votre choix
-Chercher par nom d’établissement
Avec l’application du Petit Paumé, vous avez la possibilité de poster directement vos photos et commentaires ! Ils seront mis à jour automatiquement sur votre espace personnel.
Le Petit Paumé est une association loi 1901 créée en 1968. Elle publie chaque année un city-guide de Lyon édité à 300 000 exemplaires.
Ce guide est entièrement gratuit. Il anime la vie lyonnaise en organisant différents lancements (Bellecour, Villeurbanne, Saint-Priest et Gerland), le Village du Petit Paumé, la semaine des restaus début juin et la Nuit du Petit Paumé en Octobre. Mais le Petit Paumé c'est aussi un site internet, visité plus de 150 000 fois par mois, sur lequel vous trouverez les meilleurs plans de la ville.
Nous nous investissons tous les jours pour vous faire découvrir les bons plans, et dénicher les perles de Lyon !
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Do not forget to communicate this information when booking. You can also add manually an additional journey with its references if needed.
*Find automatically your travels in the calendar on your Android
*In a few clicks you can change - or cancel- your booking and receive your new journey reference.
*Instantly view all facilities included in your business e-ticket (‘Espace pro 1ère', catering, taxi…)
*Easy access to all facilities and providers -partners of SNCF- available on your railways station of departure and arrival
*Receive confirmation of the platform number where your train is ready for departure
*Prior to departure you will receive notification that you may be able to modify your ticket if needed
*Receive real on time information on potential traffic disruption before or after departure
*No more need to print your e-ticket confirmations through the m-ticket service.
*Find your fid data and addresses “aide-memoire” of your company’s service providers
1. TGV Pro application is reserved for business travellers who have bought their 1st or 2nd class e-tickets from a travel agency, on SNCF business Portal, from a SNCF station or boutique, on the internet or over the phone through ' Ligne Directe'
2- At present, the 'TGV Pro' application only deals with business e-tickets (“Tarifs Pro”, “Tarifs fréquence”, “Tarifs négociés”)
3. Cancellation is only possible for e-tickets from SNCF approved travel agencies; reimbursement of e-tickets is made at the travel agency.
4. Some 2nd class e-tickets can be exchanged only in railways station or over the phone if the new price is different from the original title.
En week-end à Marseille et besoin de trouver un hôtel rapidement dans les environs ? En vadrouille en Malaisie sans avoir réservé une chambre pour les deux prochaines nuits ? Pas de problème, avec votre application Hôtel Voyages-sncf, retrouvez notre sélection de 200 000 hôtels disponibles dans plus de 20 000 villes partout dans le monde.
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Lines are identified on maps by number and colour. Direction of travel is indicated by the destination terminus.
Paris is the second busiest metro system in Europe, after Moscow. It carries 4.5 million passengers a day, and an annual total of 1.479 billion (2009). Châtelet – Les Halles, with 5 Métro lines and three RER commuter rail lines, is the world's largest Metro (Subway) station.
The first line opened without ceremony on 19 July 1900, during the World Fair (Exposition Universelle). The system expanded quickly until the First World War and the core was complete by the 1920s. Extensions into suburbs (together with Line 11) were built in the 1930s.
The network reached saturation after World War II. The Métro introduced newer trains to allow higher traffic. Further improvements are limited by the design of the network, such as short distances between stations, the solution was a second network. Besides the Metro, Downtown Paris and its urban area are served by the RER developed from the 1960s, several tramway lines, the Transilien (suburban trains) and two VAL lines serving Charles De Gaulle and Orly airports.
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The Prague Metro comprises three lines, each of which is represented by its own colour on the maps and signs: Line A (green), Line B (yellow) and Line C (red). There are 57 stations in total (three of which are transfer stations) connected by nearly 60 kilometres of mostly underground railways. The metro service operates between 4-5 am until midnight from Sunday to Thursday (on Friday and Saturday the last trains journey start at 1am), with about two- to three-minute intervals between trains during rush hours. Over 500 million passengers use the Prague Metro every year.
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The RATP uses the numbers 20–96 for lines operated mainly in the city proper. The first number represents the terminal:
- 2 representing Gare Saint-Lazare
- 3 representing Gare de l'Est
- 4 representing Gare du Nord
- 5 represents Place de la République
- 7 represents Châtelet
- 8 represents Quartier Latin
- 9 represents Gare Montparnasse
The second number represents the outermost arrondissement:
- 2 represents the 16th arrondissement
- 3 and 4 represent the 17th arrondissement
- 5 represents the 18th arrondissement and the 19th arrondissement
- 6 represents the 20th arrondissement and the 12th arrondissement
- 7 represents the 13th arrondissement
- 8 represents the 14th arrondissement
- 9 represents the 15th arrondissement
The RATP operates 59 bus lines within the city of Paris proper, and 205 bus lines in Paris suburbs. In 2004, 953.6 million journeys were made on RATP bus lines, including 352.2 million journeys on Paris lines and 601.4 million journeys on suburbs lines.
Once in Paris a marker showing your location will appear on the map in order to get a better orientation between you and near points of interest ( for a better positioning turn on GPS ).
It includes :
- Art galleries
- monuments and other points of interest
- Frankfurt Rapid Transit (The suburban rail service is provided by rapid transit trains (S-Bahn). All but one of the lines run together in a single underground section through the city centre, and then go their separate ways at either end.)
- Frankfurt Trams (There are 9 Tram lines, with trams arriving usually every 10 min. Many sections are served by 2 lines, combining to give a 5 minute frequency during rush-hour.)
- Frankfurt Underground (There are 9 Stadtbahn lines known as the U-Bahn.)
Once in Barcelona the a marker showing your location will appear on the map in order to get a better orientation between you and near points of interest ( for a better positioning turn on GPS ).
It includes :
- Art galleries
- monuments and other points of interest
- Marseille Metro
- Marseille Tramway
The Marseille metro serves the City of Marseille. It is a rubber-tyred metro derived from the technology developed by the RATP for Paris Metro and opened at the end of 1977. It comprises two lines, partly underground, with an overall length of 11.8 miles (19 km).
Two extensions are proposed: the first, located on Line 1, is under construction; the second, on Line 2, has reached the stage of preliminary studies.
The Metro is a municipal public utility under the control of the Régie des transports de Marseille.
The Athens Metro is an underground rapid transit system serving the greater area of Athens, the capital city of Greece.
It was constructed and owned by Attiko Metro S.A. and operated until 2011 by Attiko Metro Etaireia Leitourgias S.A.
Currently it is being integrated with ISAP and Athens Tram in the new company STASY S.A.
Once in Rome the a marker showing your location will appear on the map in order to get a better orientation between you and near points of interest ( for a better positioning turn on GPS ).
It includes :
- Art galleries
- monuments and other points of interest
Ca si proof-of-concept a fost implementata si optiunea de generare a unui CNP.
The app. was designed to validate a CNP number.
CNP numbers are Personal Identification Codes assigned to Romanian citizens at birth.
As proof-of-concept the possibility to generate a CNP.
Once in Vienna the a marker showing your location will appear on the map in order to get a better orientation between you and near points of interest ( for a better positioning turn on GPS ).
It includes :
- Art galleries
- monuments and other points of interest