Metro 14: Here is the future station name
The result of your vote
They will be located in the municipality Kremlin-Biquetre (on the edge of Gentilly), Villejuif, L’Haya-les-Roses at the junction between Villejuif and Cheville-la-Rue and finally, Saint-Denis… These are the four future stations that will extend Metro Line 14 north and south from 2024.
Last June, we offered you to choose their names.
Here are the selected names:
- Saint-Denis-Pleyel – This future station will make the Pleyel district of Saint-Denis one of the main transport hubs of the Île-de-France region.
- Hospital in Bisetre – Located in Kremlin-Bicêtre, opposite the Hospital (CHU) Bicêtre, this future station will be located along Gabriel Peri avenue and the A6 motorway
- Villejuif-Gustave Roussy – In the heart of the future Grand Park campus, this new Villejuif station will serve the 15 South line from 2025
- L’he-less-rose – Located in Haÿ-les-Roses, this new resort will be at the crossroads of three dynamic towns in Val-de-Marne: L’Haÿ-les-Roses, Chevilly-Larue and Villejuif.
And the names of the stations on lines 15, 16, 17 and 18 tomorrow!
This citizens’ consultation process is part of the main project to expand the Île-de-France network, led by Île-de-France Mobilités, the authority of the transport company of Île-de-France, and the Société du Grand Paris, the master of the works Grand Paris Express.
A second round of consultation is therefore scheduled for the fall of 2022 to put to your vote the names of the 16 stations on lines 15, 16, 17 and 18 that have yet to be named.
Once again, Ile-de-France residents will be invited to participate through the je-choisis-le-nom-des-stations.iledefrance-mobilites.fr platform.