From July 26 to August 11, 2024 and from August 28 to September 8, 2024

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All you need to know about games in Paris this summer! Getting around Paris and around Paris as early as May and especially in July, August and September 2024? Visit Bus, Metro and Streetcarwhat will change? Visit NEW PRICES and good news for all Olympic venues will be available at bike We tell you all about it!

The organization of this exceptional event has necessitated a reorganization of walking, cycling and two-wheeled traffic in Paris and the Île-de-France region. Depending on the day, the events and the neighborhoods, several perimeters have been defined to slightly modify access to certain areas of the capital.

The Games Pass, a compulsory digital pass to move around in certain zones - FREE

To obtain the precious sesame, go to the official GAME PASS . Issued by the Préfecture de Police, it is a digital pass (QR code).

2 zones have been introduced: the gray perimeter and the red perimeter. As information may change from day to day, we advise you to visit the Pass jeux website before coming.

When do I need a Games Pass?

  • To access the security perimeters around the opening ceremony unless you already have a ticket to attend the ceremony
  • competition venues
  • for para-cycling events in Seine-Saint-Denis

If you're on foot, bike, cargo bike or scooter, you need a pass only.

  • To access the gray perimeter around the opening ceremony from July 18 to 26 inclusive
  • From 1 p.m., the gray perimeter will be extended, as will the red perimeter, and no vehicles will be allowed access to it, except for emergency and accredited vehicles.

You're on 2 wheels, in a car, cab or VTC

  • To access the gray perimeter around the opening ceremony from July 18 to 26, until 1pm, and only if you have an exemption. Check that you are an authorized person.
  • As a reminder motorized vehicle traffic 🚘 🛵 🏍 is prohibited in the gray and red perimeters unless you are an authorized person.

How do I get around Paris within secure perimeters?

To be differentiated Pedestrians, bicycles and motorized vehicles

The Paris 2024 organizing perimeter:

This perimeter designates the competition and ceremony sites. The assembly and dismantling phases of these zones, from March to October 2024, will require the use of closure of certain metro stations or the lack of streetcar service.

  •  Zone Concorde Assembly from March 2024
  • Trocadero, Eiffel, Champ-de-Mars zone Assembly from March 2024
  •  Grand Palais area, Alexandre III Bridge, Invalides Assembly from mid-April 2024
  •  Olympic Games Opening Ceremony Assembly on the lower platforms from early June 2024; assembly on the bridges from early July 2024.

Metro stations closed :

  • Line 1: Champs-Elysées - Clémenceau" station, from July 1 to September 21, 2024. "Concorde" and "Tuileries" stations, from June 17 to September 21, 2024.
  • Line 8: Concorde" station, from June 17 to September 21, 2024
  • Line 12: Concorde" station, from May 17 to September 21, 2024
  • Line 13 : Champs-Elysées - Clémenceau" station, from July 1 to September 21, 2024

Streetcar stations not served :

  • T2 line At "Porte d'Issy" and "Porte de Versailles" stations, from July 25 to August 11, 2024 and from August 29 to September 7, 2024.
  • T3a line Porte de Versailles" station, from July 25 to August 11, 2024 and from August 29 to September 7, 2024
  • T3b line Colette Besson" station, from July 27 to August 10, 2024 and from August 29 to September 8, 2024

"The SILT perimeter (Homeland Security and Counter-Terrorism)

Protective perimeter allowing only ticketed or accredited visitors. Deployed on sites during the competition

⛔️ "Le périmètre rouge": motorized traffic prohibited

Immediate vicinity of competition sites, marathon courses, cycling competitions and along the Seine before and during the opening ceremony

The red perimeter East activated each day of competitiontwo and a half hours before the start of the first testand deactivated one hour after the end of the last race. The pedestrians and cyclists are authorized to circulate without restriction.

The "blue perimeter": restricted motorized traffic

The blue perimeter extends beyond the red perimeter. It is activated each day of competitiontwo and a half hours before the start of the first testand deactivated one hour after the end of the last race. The pedestrians and cyclists are authorized to circulate without restriction.

The areas concerned by the red, blue and safety perimeters (SILT) are as follows:

  • Trocadero, Eiffel Tower, Champ-de-Mars, Invalides, Grand Palais, Alexandre III Bridge, Concorde
  • Arena Bercy
  • Roland-Garros, Parc des Princes
  • Arena Porte de Versailles
  • Arena La Chapelle
  • Department of Hauts-de-Seine (92) Paris La Défense Arena, Stade Yves-du-Manoir in Colombes...
  • Department of Seine-Saint-Denis (93) Stade de France, Aquatic Center, Le Bourget...

Update on metro lines and stations

According to site information :

‼️ Which lines will be the most difficult to practice?

  • Metro: lines 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 12, 13 and 14
  • Tramways: T3a and T3b 
  • RER: lines B, C and D
  • Transilien: lines J (Argenteuil branch), L (towards Versailles Rive Droite), N, P (towards Meaux) and U

⚠️ Which lines will be closed or avoided?

  • Subway stations to avoid Gare du Nord and Palais Royal - Musée du Louvre
  • Metro stations closed Tuileries, Concorde and Champs-Élysées - Clemenceau 
  • Tramway stops closed : Colette Besson (T3b), Porte de Versailles (T2 and T3a) and Porte d'Issy (T2)

Transport - Which fares for which tickets?

Bus, metro / RER and streetcar

Access subject to schedule conditions and security perimeters, of course!

  • Ticket t+ bus and metro is 4 € each (July 20 and September 8)
  • Passe Paris 2024 - (1 to 7 days, purchase online from the Ile-de-France Mobilité website or the Paris 2024 Public Transport app) - 16€ /day - unlimited travel on all zones - from July 20 to September 8, 2024 inclusive
    • Access to all competition venues and fan zones in the Paris Region, Orly (including Orlyval) and Roissy-Charles de Gaulle airports, tourist attractions in the region
  • Passe Navigo Liberté + (free registration on the Ile-de-France Mobilité website) - Ticket at 1,73€ (RER in Paris, metro, bus and tramway) - Pay-as-you-go, just sign up and each journey will be debited the following month.
    • On the same dayyou may be billed up to 8.65 € maximum (price of Navigo day 2 zones). Beyond that, your journeys are available.
  • Pass navigo subscription - No change for annual or monthly Navigo pass subscriptions
  • Weekly Navigo Pass - 70€ (instead of the usual 30.75€) - Please note that this stock will be completely suspended from July 20 to September 8.

Additional transport links to competition venues

10 free shuttle bus routes, accessible to all without reservation, to the 6 most remote sites

Frequency from 2h30 before the start of the competition, then throughout the event, and finally until 2h after the competition.

  • Le Golf national de Guyancourt (78, Yvelines)- - shuttles from :
    • Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines (RER C, lines N and U)
    • Massy-Palaiseau (RER B and C)
  • The Palace of Versailles (78, Yvelines)(equestrian pentathlon)- shuttles from :
    • Versailles Rive-Droite (line L),
    • Versailles Chantiers Rive-Gauche (RER C)
    • Versailles Chantiers (RER C and lines N and U)
  • Elancourt hill (78, Yvelines)- mountain biking events - shuttle bus from : Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines station (RER C, lines N and U)
  • French Open - (Paris 16th) - shuttle from Porte Dauphine (metro line 2, RER C and tramway T3b)
  • Parc des Princes - 3-day shuttle only: July 27, 28 and 30 for soccer events - additional shuttle at Charles-de-Gaulle Étoile (metro lines 1, 2, 6 and RER A)
  • Vaires-sur-Marne nautical stadium (77, Seine-et-Marne) - shuttles from :
    • Bussy-Saint-Georges (RER A to Bassin eaux calmes)
    • Chelles-Gournay (RER E to Eaux calmes and eaux vives)

Cycling in Paris

Vélib': the bicycles of the Paris metropolis :

  • 3,000 Vélib' in France's capital and 10,000 additional parking spaces.
  • In all, no fewer than 22,000 Vélib' bikes are available for hire. 60 km more cycle lanes in the heart of Paris! Ile-de-France now boasts over 3,700 km of cycle lanes.
  • All the information can be found on the downloadable Vélib' app Parking and rental stations and a map of cycle routes on the City of Paris website

Other operators :

  • Véligo : fluow olympic season ticket
  • Self-service electric bikes: Lime, Dott and Tier
  • All operators have an app and a booking platform and offer packages adjusted for the Games period.

Some of the trails in the Olympic cycling network:

  • From Bercy Arena - Stade de la Concorde to the Grand Palais
  • From the Parc des Princes - Trocadéro to the Eiffel Tower stadium
  • From the Stade de France and the Chapelle Arena (although this track is currently under threat)
  • From Stade nautique de Vaires-sur-Marne to Aréna Bercy

The good news is that these tracks will be maintained after the Games!

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