10 Free Shuttle Bus Route for Paris 2024 Olympics FYI

Paris 2024 Olympics: 10 Free Shuttle Bus Routes to Reach Olympic Venues Announced

In anticipation of the Paris 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games, Île-de-France Mobilités (IDFM) has announced the implementation of 10 free shuttle bus routes to make it easier for spectators to reach the most remote competition venues. As the excitement builds for the Games, this initiative aims to ensure smooth transportation for fans attending events in locations less accessible by the regular public transport network.

Several Olympic competition venues are centrally located or near metro stations in Paris. However, other venues like the Guyancourt national golf course or the Colline d’Élancourt, where the mountain bike events are set to take place, are farther from central transport hubs. This is why IDFM has introduced a system of 10 free shuttle bus routes, with a fleet of 450 buses, including articulated buses, set to run between 6 Olympic venues.

Here’s an overview of the competition venues and their corresponding shuttle bus routes:

VenueShuttle Routes
Le Golf National– From Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines (RER C, lines N and U)<br> – From Massy-Palaiseau (RER B and C)
The Château de Versailles– From Versailles Rive-Droite (line L)<br> – From Versailles Chantiers Rive-Gauche (RER C)<br> – From Versailles Chantiers (RER C, lines N and U)
La Colline d’Élancourt– From Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines (RER C, lines N and U)
Roland-Garros– From Porte Dauphine (metro line 2, RER C, tramway T3b)
Parc des Princes– From Charles-de-Gaulle Étoile (metro lines 1, 2, 6, RER A)<br> (Available only on July 27, 28, and 30 for soccer events; will support metro lines 9 and 10)
Vaires-sur-Marne– From Bussy-Saint-Georges (RER A to Bassin eaux calmes)<br> – From Chelles-Gournay (RER E to Eaux calmes and eaux vives)
10 Free Shuttle Bus Routes to Reach Olympic Venues

These shuttle services will operate free of charge, with no reservations required. According to IDFM, the shuttles will run exclusively on competition days, starting 2.30 hours before the competition and continuing throughout the event until 2 hours after the event ends. This schedule ensures attendees have ample time to reach the venues and leave without delays.

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Overall, this free shuttle service is designed to improve accessibility for spectators, making their Olympic experience more enjoyable and reducing transportation-related stress during the Paris 2024 Olympics and Paralympics.

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