THE STATION OF THE WEEK. From this Friday, Batiactu you discover each week one of the 68 stations of the Grand Paris Express (Express). Check out the first railway station in Fort of Issy-Vanves-Clamart drawn on the line 15 by the architect-urbanist Philippe Gazeau.
Since 5 April 2017 and until December, architects and planners have made the bet to reveal each Wednesday, the first of the month* at the chapel of the Récollets in the 10th arrondissement of the capital, all the stations of the future metro express of Grand Paris. Objective : to detail the contours of each project not only from the architects and actors of the building but also to the general public. A moment of discovery and exchange.
- Grand Paris Express : Line 17 North declared of public utility
- Grand Paris Express : the layout of the line 15 Is declared a public utility
“The third revolution of urban transit”
Philippe Yvin, SGP
To carry out this infrastructure project for a non-standard, termed the “third revolution of urban transport” of 200 km of new metro lines in ring-road around Paris with 68 new stations, the first of which will open in 2022, Philippe Yvin, chairman of the SGP relies on the expertise of architects and planners, he recalled the April 5, 2017 during the first cycle of conferences. Our first appointment is about the stations of the Fort of Issy-Vanves-Clamart (whose final name remains to choose) made to the intersection of the Hauts-de-Seine on the line 15 by the agency of Philippe Gazeau architect-urban planner, designer also of the train station Villejuif-Louis – Aragon.
*Cycle of conferences : “the Architects of The Greater Paris Express”, every first Wednesday of the month, until December 2017, at 19 hours. Maison de l’architecture en Île-de-France, 148 rue du Faubourg Saint-Martin in Paris.
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- Grand Paris Express: line 18 declared of public utility
- Grand Paris Express: the line 15 South is assigned to Vinci for 926 million euros
Check out next Friday, the future train station of le Bourget, conducted by Elizabeth de Portzamparc on the line 16 and 17 in Seine-Saint-Denis.
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