T2: tramway traffic to resume on December 16 after a month's interruption

Published by Nathanaël de Sortiraparis, Caroline de Sortiraparis, Julie de Sortiraparis · Published on December 2nd, 2023 at 02:34 p.m.
Following the collapse of a staircase in Meudon on November 14, RATP has announced a partial interruption of traffic on tramway line T2, which will end on December 16.

Bad news for T2 tramway users. On Tuesday November 14, 2023, a staircase at Meudon-sur-Seine station, on this famous line linking Porte de Versailles to the Bezons bridge, collapsed following an impressive ground subsidence. " A subsidence of the ground, outside the RATP right-of-way, led to the collapse of a staircase, serving a former SNCF station, near the T2 tracks at Meudon-sur-Seine station," RATP stated in a press release.

As a result, and " for safety reasons", the Régie Autonome des Transports Parisiens has decided tointerrupt traffic on part of the T2 streetcar line. In concrete terms, traffic is interrupted between the Parc de Saint-Cloud and Les Moulineaux stations. The Musée de Sèvres, Brimborion and Meudon-sur-Seine stations are not currently served. The T2 line currently operates in two sections, between Pont de Bezons and Parc de Saint Cloud on the one hand, and Les Moulineaux and Porte de Versailles on the other.

After two weeks of uncertainty, RATP finally announced the end of work and the resumption of normal traffic on December 16. If the resumption is not postponed, this will mean that the T2 line has been cut in two for just over a month.

To help passengers with their journeys, RATP is putting in place an " adapted transport plan " throughout this interruption in traffic. Passengers will be able to use replacement buses to travel between Parc de Saint-Cloud and Les Moulineaux.

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