Platform Screen Doors - Usage - France


The Paris Métro line 14 was built with Faiveley platform screen doors. As of November 2011, line 1 has been retrofitted with platform screen doors, in preparation for full driverless automation in 2012; also is being line 13 since 2010 because of its overloading, after the tests in 2006.

In addition, all lines of the VAL automated subway system are also equipped with platform screen doors at every station. Those include Toulouse, Rennes and Lille subways, as well as the CDGVAL and Orlyval airport shuttles.

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