Île-de-France Mobilités has opened the extension to Métro Line 14, connecting the city of Paris with Saint-Denis and Orly Airport

The extension of Line 14  includes eight new stations and extends the line to two new termini: Saint-Denis Pleyel in the north and Orly Airport in the south.

Métro Line 14 now connects 21 stations across 27km between the north and south of the  Île-de-France region. The expansion added 14km to the south and 1.7km to the north, significantly enhancing the métro network.

The newly inaugurated stations on Line 14 are: Saint-Denis Pleyel; Maison-Blanche; Bicêtre Hospital; Villejuif-G.Roussy; L’Haÿ-les-Roses; Chevilly-Larue; Thiais-Orly; and Orly Airport, which is operated by Groupe ADP.

All stations are now operational, except Villejuif-Gustave Roussy, which will open in January 2025.

The extended Line 14 offers seamless connections with a variety of transport services, enhancing accessibility throughout the region. Connections include RER lines A, B, C, D, E; tram lines: T7, 3a, 3b; Métro lines: 1, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9, 11, 12, 13; and train lines H, J, L and R.

Additionally, the line will connect with future métro lines 15, 16, 17, and 18, further integrating the network.

This extension is a major step in improving public transportation, offering efficient travel options for both daily commuters and international travellers using Orly Airport. The extended line is expected to reduce traffic congestion and provide a faster, more reliable alternative to road travel.

Orly Airport is located 13km south of Paris 
Orly Airport is located 13km south of Paris  Groupe ADP