You can find on this page the map of Paris tram. Paris tram is a transit system serving the city of Paris (France) with the subway, the urban, suburban & commuter train, the bus or the Noctilien night bus. The tram network has 7 lines and 148 stations forming a rail network of 51 miles (82 km).

The Ile-de-France tramway is made up of seven completely new lines and three lines are the result of the modernisation of older railway lines. Due to strikes, incidents or works, RATP or SNCF tramway traffic can be disrupted. The map of the Paris tramway, available online and downloadable in PDF format, shows which lines are operating normally.

Paris tram map

Paris & Ile de France trams which transport 84.8 million passengers per year, exist since 1992 and are operated by the RATP (Régie autonome des transports parisiens) and the SNCF (Société nationale des chemins de fer français).

Its network includes the following 7 lines:

  • Line T1 (RATP): Asnières - Gennevilliers - Les Courtilles ↔ Noisy-le-Sec
  • Line T2 (RATP): Pont de Bezons ↔ Porte de Versailles
  • Line T3a (RATP): Pont du Garigliano ↔ Porte de Vincennes
  • Line T3b (RATP): Porte de Vincennes ↔ Porte de la Chapelle
  • Line T4 (RATP): Aulnay-sous-Bois ↔ Bondy
  • Line T5 (RATP): Marché de Saint-Denis ↔ Garges - Sarcelles
  • Line T7 (RATP): Villejuif - Louis Aragon ↔ Porte de l'Essonne


Paris had an important tramway network in addition to the metro and buses, which operated from 1855 to 1938 (until 1957 in Versailles).  Because of the many traffic jams caused by cars, public transport such as the tramway was favoured from 1970 onwards.

  • A first line in the Paris suburbs was reborn in 1992: Saint-Denis => Bobigny (Seine-Saint-Denis). 
  • A second line appeared in 1997: the Coteaux line (Hauts-de-Seine). 
  • Two others opened in 2006: one marking the return of the tramway in Paris and a line in Seine-Saint-Denis.
  • Since 2010, several additional lines are planned. Two lines will open in 2013, one of which marks the arrival of the rubber-tyred tramway.