Transport in Paris and the Île-de-France region: what to expect in 2024

Published by Caroline de Sortiraparis · Photos by Caroline de Sortiraparis · Published on January 2nd, 2024 at 02:50 p.m.
A further increase in the price of the Navigo pass, the extension of several metro, RER and tramway lines, new Noctilien lines and the arrival of the Grand Paris Express... Find out what's in store for the new year 2024 in Paris and the Ile-de-France region.

Like every new year, 2024 promises to be full of changes and innovations for public transport in Paris and the Ile-de-France region. While some of the news, such as the new increase in the Navigo pass fare, is not to the delight of users, others are more cause for celebration, notably the extensions of metro line 11, RER line E and line 14 with the arrival of the Grand Paris Express. Here's an overview of what's in store for Paris and the Île-de-France region in 2024!

We start with the new increase in the Navigo pass fare. While the cost of the Navigo pass had not risen since 2017, with a fare of €75.20 (all zones), it climbed by around ten euros in 2023 to reach €84.10. The rate will now rise again, this time by 2.6%, to 86.40 euros per month in 2024. " An increase that will remain under control for the next eight years at the price of inflation + 1% maximum, thanks to the agreement signed between Île-de-France Mobilités and the State ", states IDFM (Île-de-France Mobilités) in a press release. This new increase is intended in particular to enable " the operation and maintenance of lines and vehicles, the modernization of lines, passenger safety and the implementation of various station services ".

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Navigo pass fares are set to rise again next year. Île-de-France Mobilités has announced an increase of 2.6%, or 86.40 euros per month in 2024, to cross the region by public transport. [Read more]


Several metro, RER and tramway line extensions have also been announced for 2024, starting with the long-awaited extension of line 14 with the arrival of the Grand Paris Express.

This extension of line 14 to the north and south will link Aéroport d'Orly to Saint-Denis Pleyel in 40 minutes. 8 new stations are scheduled to open this year, just before the Paris Olympic and Paralympic Games. On the other hand, this extension will mean the complete closure of line 14 over the next few weeks, due to new construction work.

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Considered the "backbone" of the Grand Paris Express, line 14 has now been extended to the north and south. As of Monday June 24, 2024, line 14 links Orly airport to Saint-Denis Pleyel in 40 minutes. Communes served, new stations and stations, connections... here's everything you need to know about the extension of this famous line 14 in Paris and the Île-de-France region. [Read more]

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Bad news for users of line 14 of the Paris metro. RATP is announcing further disruptions as work continues on the line's extension to Orly airport. Up to and including March 28, 2024, line 14 will once again be closed four evenings a week from 10pm. Traffic will also be interrupted for 9 weekends, as well as during the winter vacations. Find out more about the schedule for this work, scheduled to continue until spring. [Read more]

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The extension of metro line 11 is also due to be inaugurated this year, more precisely in spring 2024. Currently running between Châtelet and Mairie des Lilas, line 11 will soon have Rosny-Bois-Perrier station in Seine-Saint-Denis as its new terminus. In all, 6 new stations will soon be open to passengers.

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Line 11 of the Paris metro will be extended eastwards to Rosny-sous-Bois. The 6 new stations, including the new terminus in Seine-Saint-Denis, are due to welcome their first passengers from this Thursday, June 13, 2024. [Read more]

On the RER side, line E will be extended to the west. Introduced into service in 1999, the RER E currently runs between Haussmann Saint-Lazare and Chelles Gournay and Tournan stations in Seine-et-Marne. From April 1, 2024, if all goes according to plan, the RER E extension will gradually be brought into service between Haussmann Saint-Lazare and Nanterre La Folie. Three new stations are due to open this spring.

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Good news for RER E users! At the beginning of May 2024, the people of Ile-de-France will be able to discover three new stations in the west of Paris, at La Défense and Nanterre, the new terminus, before the final extension of the RER E to Mantes-la-Jolie announced for the end of 2026. We tell you all about it! [Read more]

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An extension to the streetcar network has also been announced. The T3b, which currently runs between Porte de Vincennes and Porte d'Asnières, serving over twenty stations, will be extended to Porte Dauphine, with the inauguration of 7 new stations.

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Currently running between Porte de Vincennes and Porte d'Asnières, tramway T3b will be extended westwards to Porte Dauphine. This Friday, April 5, 2024, 7 new stations, including the new terminus in the capital's 16th arrondissement, will officially welcome their first passengers. We tell you all about this extension and inauguration. [Read more]

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Square Sainte-Odile station, Thérèse Pierre station and Anna de Noailles station... Île-de-France Mobilités has revealed the names of the 7 future stations due to open in spring 2024 in Western Paris as part of the T3b tramway extension. Discover without further delay the names of these seven new stations, some of which honor female personalities! [Read more]


If you're accustomed to using the Noctilien, then you should know that five new lines will be inaugurated in 2024. In detail, this famous night bus network will give rise to the N147 (Gare de l'est - Persan Beaumont), N123 (Chatelet - Arpajon), N160 (Montparnasse - Plaisir Grignon), N161 (Montparnasse - Gare de La Verrière) and N162 (Montparnasse - Rambouillet).

More good news? The phone-integrated Navigo pass, already available for Android smartphone owners, should be available on iPhone in the first quarter of 2024.

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Forget the plastic card that clutters your wallet: the Navigo pass is finally available directly on iPhone and Apple Watch. As of this May 21, 2024, Apple users can use their smartphone or Apple Watch to travel on the Île-de-France Mobilités network. [Read more]


Finally, the news broke a few weeks ago. The price of a metro ticket will rise during theParis Olympic Games, from €2.10 to €4. A book of ten tickets, meanwhile, will rise from 16.90 euros to 32 euros.

"We will be creating a new pass, the Passe Paris 2024, which will enable visitors to travel throughout the Île-de-France region," announced Valérie Pécresse, President of the Île-de-France region, in a video posted on X (ex-Twitter). This Paris 2024 pass (a 16-euro day pass for unlimited travel throughout the Île-de-France region) will be available to tourists throughout the Olympic Games.

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The Paris 2024 Olympic Games aren't done changing the daily lives of Parisians, especially on public transport. For the duration of the competition, fares on the network will double! [Read more]

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