RER C: the Saint Michel Notre-Dame station in Paris to close from this Sunday and for four months

Published by Caroline J. · Photos by Caroline J. · Published on 16 August 2022 at 10h30
Bad news for RER C commuters as the Saint Michel Notre-Dame station in Paris will close for four months for modernization works. The famous Parisian station will not be served by RER C from August 21 to December 19, 2022, included.

If you are used to ride RER C and get on and get off at the Saint-Michel Notre-Dame station in Paris, then note your daily commutes are likely to be disturbed this Fall. As a matter of fact, the famous RER C train station will close for four months. Modernization works are planned within this station highly frequented by Ile-de-France inhabitants, Parisians and tourists in the city.

Tweet reads: “From August 21 to December 19 included, the Saint-Michel Notre Dame station will not be served by RER C. The RATP part of RERB and metro lines 4 and 10 stays open”.

In concrete words, the Saint-Michel Notre-Dame station will not be served by RER C from August 21 to December 19, 2022 included. But, the RATP part served by RER B, as well as connections to metro lines 4 and 10 will remain open all along the renovations.

The goal of these renovations financed by Île-de-France Mobilités and managed by SNCF Gares & Connexions? “Improving users’ comfort by bringing natural light and restructuring travelers’ areas”, the SNCF explains. Furthermore, these renovations are expected to allow to create two escalators and secure the site thanks to the “renewal of electric installations and the creation of anti-flooding systems”.

For the record, major summer works go on, on most of the line C of the RER and until August 20.

Practical information

Dates and Opening Time
From 21 August 2022 to 19 December 2022

×

    Official website
    malignec.transilien.com

    Comments
    Refine your search
    Refine your search
    Refine your search
    Refine your search