FlyingBelt Adrianopolis POMA
Brazil – Adrianópolis – 2020

Adrianópolis FlyingBelt®

Each day, limestone was transported to the cement plant of Secil Supremo Cimentos by hundreds of trucks, with a huge environmental impact: gas emissions, damage to the road, material spills. The loads are now carried via a FlyingBelt®, a transport solution with a very low environmental impact that is perfectly adapted to topographic constraints.

product range
FlyingBelt®
Application
Bulk Material
More about

The project

In Brazil, Supremo Secil Cimentos, one of the largest cement manufacturers in the country, entrusted the design and installation of an impressive FlyingBelt® on its site in Adrianópolis, five hours from São Paulo, to AGUDIO, the Group's material transport expert.
The company now benefits from an environmentally friendly and cost-effective alternative to the hundreds of trucks a day required to transport 720 tonnes of limestone from the quarry to the cement plant every hour. Despite significant topographic constraints, the FlyingBelt® crosses the valley over a distance of more than 1,700 metres and stands out for its record span of 850 metres, thereby outperforming all types of FlyingBelt® combined. After Barroso, constructed in 2016, this is the second FlyingBelt® installation in a cement plant in Brazil.

Open year round, this is the second FlyingBelt® installation in a cement plant in Brazil, after Barroso in 2016.

technical
specifications

Longueur

Length

1722 m

Dénivelé

Elevation

273 m

Date

Speed

4 m/s

temps

Transport time

6 min 30s

tonnage par heure

Capacity

720 tonnes of material per hour

POMA, innovation

for the project

The second-longest

suspended conveyor in the world

For this second installation in Brazil, after Barroso, which holds the record for the world’s longest suspended conveyor belt, Adrianópolis’s FlyingBelt® takes second place on the podium. Another record: the longest span in the world, 850 metres.

Eco-friendly

transport

 

The FlyingBelt® helps to preserve the environment by significantly reducing pollutant emissions and overcoming the need for expensive, polluting road transport.

Adrianópolis FlyingBelt® in pictures

FlyingBelt Adrianopolis POMA
FlyingBelt Adrianopolis POMA
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Brazil – State of São Paulo – 2013

Equipped with 290 buckets, this 10-kilometre-long rope line transports 9,000 tonnes of limestone daily to the cement plant of the city of Apiai, in the state of São Paulo. This quiet, eco-friendly solution helps preserve the natural site.

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Vicat

France – Saint-Egrève – 1987

The industrial ropeway, which is almost 2 km long, transports materials, crossing the Isère, a 6-lane motorway and with a significant difference in elevation on the slopes of the Vercors Massif to the cement works of Saint-Egrève.

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FlyingBelt Adrianopolis POMA
Brazil – Adrianópolis – 2020

Adrianópolis FlyingBelt®

Each day, limestone was transported to the cement plant of Secil Supremo Cimentos by hundreds of trucks, with a huge environmental impact: gas emissions, damage to the road, material spills. The loads are now carried via a FlyingBelt®, a transport solution with a very low environmental impact that is perfectly adapted to topographic constraints.

product range
Touristic gondola lift
Application
Access
More about

The project

In Brazil, Supremo Secil Cimentos, one of the largest cement manufacturers in the country, entrusted the design and installation of an impressive FlyingBelt® on its site in Adrianópolis, five hours from São Paulo, to AGUDIO, the Group's material transport expert.
The company now benefits from an environmentally friendly and cost-effective alternative to the hundreds of trucks a day required to transport 720 tonnes of limestone from the quarry to the cement plant every hour. Despite significant topographic constraints, the FlyingBelt® crosses the valley over a distance of more than 1,700 metres and stands out for its record span of 850 metres, thereby outperforming all types of FlyingBelt® combined. After Barroso, constructed in 2016, this is the second FlyingBelt® installation in a cement plant in Brazil.

Open year round, this is the second FlyingBelt® installation in a cement plant in Brazil, after Barroso in 2016.

technical
specifications

Longueur

Length

1722 m

Dénivelé

Elevation

273 m

Date

Speed

4 m/s

temps

Transport time

6 min 30s

tonnage par heure

Capacity

720 tonnes of material per hour

POMA, innovation

for the project

The second-longest

suspended conveyor in the world

For this second installation in Brazil, after Barroso, which holds the record for the world’s longest suspended conveyor belt, Adrianópolis’s FlyingBelt® takes second place on the podium. Another record: the longest span in the world, 850 metres.

Eco-friendly

transport

 

The FlyingBelt® helps to preserve the environment by significantly reducing pollutant emissions and overcoming the need for expensive, polluting road transport.

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With the Mokpo tourist gondola lift, POMA produced its longest ever span of rope between two towers and boasts the highest cement tower ever built for a monocable ropeway anywhere in the world. A breathtaking journey!

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France – Beauval – 2019

With the “Nuage de Beauval” (literally, the Cloud of Beauval”), Beauval and POMA combined their expertise to design and build a gondola lift that is one of a kind in France. The gondola lift connects the panda and elephant areas to the lion kingdom in just a few minutes. In addition to being a great mobility solution within the park, it also offers a unique experience in France for the 1.5 million annual visitors who enjoy fantastic views over many areas of the park, aboard gondolas with glass flooring.

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Maokong

Taiwan – Taipei – 2006

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Tlemcen

Algeria – Tlemcen – 2018

The Tlemcen gondola lift that connects the city centre to the Lalla Setti Plateau had been at a standstill for four years when it resumed service in 2018. The arrival of the gondola lift was the source of great hope, as it represents a means of transport with high added value for Tlemcen, the ultimate tourist destination.

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Vin Pearl

Vietnam – Nha Trang – 2006

In Vietnam, the famous POMA gondola lift from Vin Pearl flies over the sea to reach an island and its luxury resort.

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Zhuhai

China – Zhuhai – ongoing project

In China, POMA has built the world’s first three interconnected tri-cable ropeways system (3S) for the Chimelong Group, the world’s 6th largest entertainment group.

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Galala city

Egypt – Galala City – 2018

The tourist gondola lift of the new town of Galala City links the urban area to the luxurious seaside resort, travelling the longest stretch in the Middle East. Its glass-floored cabins offer an exceptional journey with a unique view of the superb desert landscapes that border the Red Sea.

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Yen TU

Vietnam – Yen Tu – 2017

The Buddhist temples of the sacred mountain of Yen Tu welcome many pilgrims and tourists. In 2017, two new gondola lifts were built, including New Yen Tu 1, which complements the mobility offer by doubling the Yen Tu 1 gondola lift.

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Huashan

China – Huashan (Shaanxi) – 2012

POMA designed Shaanxi Taihua Tourism Ropeway Road, a gondola lift that transports tourists and pilgrims to the top of Mount Huashan, 2,120 metres away in the heart of China’s central Shaanxi province.

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Yeosu Cablecar

South Korea – Yeosu – 2013

Compared to the construction of a third bridge, the Yeosu gondola lift was the ideal solution to connect the island of Doslando to the mainland. Discreet, comfortable, fast and environmentally friendly, the gondola lift is perfectly suited to the city’s transportation needs. This original voyage over the Namhae Sea also quickly won over the passengers, and the Yeosu gondola lift quickly became a major attraction in the area.

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Simatai Great Wall

China – Simatai – 2014

A popular tourist site located near the Great Wall of China, Simatai is a beautiful reconstructed period village. From its centre, tourists can take the gondola lift rebuilt in 2013 and access one of the steepest, most beautiful and authentic parts of the Great Wall of China.

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FlyingBelt Adrianopolis POMA
Brazil – Adrianópolis – 2020

Adrianópolis FlyingBelt®

Each day, limestone was transported to the cement plant of Secil Supremo Cimentos by hundreds of trucks, with a huge environmental impact: gas emissions, damage to the road, material spills. The loads are now carried via a FlyingBelt®, a transport solution with a very low environmental impact that is perfectly adapted to topographic constraints.

product range
Urban Gondola Lift
Application
Connect – urban link
More about

The project

In Brazil, Supremo Secil Cimentos, one of the largest cement manufacturers in the country, entrusted the design and installation of an impressive FlyingBelt® on its site in Adrianópolis, five hours from São Paulo, to AGUDIO, the Group's material transport expert.
The company now benefits from an environmentally friendly and cost-effective alternative to the hundreds of trucks a day required to transport 720 tonnes of limestone from the quarry to the cement plant every hour. Despite significant topographic constraints, the FlyingBelt® crosses the valley over a distance of more than 1,700 metres and stands out for its record span of 850 metres, thereby outperforming all types of FlyingBelt® combined. After Barroso, constructed in 2016, this is the second FlyingBelt® installation in a cement plant in Brazil.

Open year round, this is the second FlyingBelt® installation in a cement plant in Brazil, after Barroso in 2016.

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technical
specifications

Longueur

Length

1722 m

Dénivelé

Elevation

273 m

Date

Speed

4 m/s

temps

Transport time

6 min 30s

tonnage par heure

Capacity

720 tonnes of material per hour

POMA, innovation

for the project

The second-longest

suspended conveyor in the world

For this second installation in Brazil, after Barroso, which holds the record for the world’s longest suspended conveyor belt, Adrianópolis’s FlyingBelt® takes second place on the podium. Another record: the longest span in the world, 850 metres.

Eco-friendly

transport

 

The FlyingBelt® helps to preserve the environment by significantly reducing pollutant emissions and overcoming the need for expensive, polluting road transport.

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France – Toulouse – PROJECT IN PROGRESS

More than 8,000 passengers will board the cabins of the Téléo tricable ropeway every day. Part of the Toulouse Agglomeration’s transport network, it crosses a river and travels over a hill to link three major hubs of activity in the south of Toulouse: the University Cancer Institute, Rangueil Hospital and Paul Sabatier University.

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FlyingBelt Adrianopolis POMA
Brazil – Adrianópolis – 2020

Adrianópolis FlyingBelt®

Each day, limestone was transported to the cement plant of Secil Supremo Cimentos by hundreds of trucks, with a huge environmental impact: gas emissions, damage to the road, material spills. The loads are now carried via a FlyingBelt®, a transport solution with a very low environmental impact that is perfectly adapted to topographic constraints.

product range
Urban Gondola Lift
Application
Connect – peri-urban link
More about

The project

In Brazil, Supremo Secil Cimentos, one of the largest cement manufacturers in the country, entrusted the design and installation of an impressive FlyingBelt® on its site in Adrianópolis, five hours from São Paulo, to AGUDIO, the Group's material transport expert.
The company now benefits from an environmentally friendly and cost-effective alternative to the hundreds of trucks a day required to transport 720 tonnes of limestone from the quarry to the cement plant every hour. Despite significant topographic constraints, the FlyingBelt® crosses the valley over a distance of more than 1,700 metres and stands out for its record span of 850 metres, thereby outperforming all types of FlyingBelt® combined. After Barroso, constructed in 2016, this is the second FlyingBelt® installation in a cement plant in Brazil.

Open year round, this is the second FlyingBelt® installation in a cement plant in Brazil, after Barroso in 2016.

DIscover

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technical
specifications

Longueur

Length

1722 m

Dénivelé

Elevation

273 m

Date

Speed

4 m/s

temps

Transport time

6 min 30s

tonnage par heure

Capacity

720 tonnes of material per hour

POMA, innovation

for the project

The second-longest

suspended conveyor in the world

For this second installation in Brazil, after Barroso, which holds the record for the world’s longest suspended conveyor belt, Adrianópolis’s FlyingBelt® takes second place on the podium. Another record: the longest span in the world, 850 metres.

Eco-friendly

transport

 

The FlyingBelt® helps to preserve the environment by significantly reducing pollutant emissions and overcoming the need for expensive, polluting road transport.

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POMA Sales Manager, South America

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With the installation of this ultra-modern aerial tramway, POMA has provided New Yorkers with the most advanced technology in urban ropeway transportation. It is 960 m long and connects Roosevelt Island to Manhattan in just three minutes, passing over the East River in great comfort with unique views of New York through the huge windows on both cabins.

Read

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More than 8,000 passengers will board the cabins of the Téléo tricable ropeway every day. Part of the Toulouse Agglomeration’s transport network, it crosses a river and travels over a hill to link three major hubs of activity in the south of Toulouse: the University Cancer Institute, Rangueil Hospital and Paul Sabatier University.

Read

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Réunion Island – Saint Denis – 2020

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Read

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Read

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Read

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Read

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FlyingBelt Adrianopolis POMA
Brazil – Adrianópolis – 2020

Adrianópolis FlyingBelt®

Each day, limestone was transported to the cement plant of Secil Supremo Cimentos by hundreds of trucks, with a huge environmental impact: gas emissions, damage to the road, material spills. The loads are now carried via a FlyingBelt®, a transport solution with a very low environmental impact that is perfectly adapted to topographic constraints.

product range
Urban Gondola Lift
Application
Connect – urban link
More about

The project

In Brazil, Supremo Secil Cimentos, one of the largest cement manufacturers in the country, entrusted the design and installation of an impressive FlyingBelt® on its site in Adrianópolis, five hours from São Paulo, to AGUDIO, the Group's material transport expert.
The company now benefits from an environmentally friendly and cost-effective alternative to the hundreds of trucks a day required to transport 720 tonnes of limestone from the quarry to the cement plant every hour. Despite significant topographic constraints, the FlyingBelt® crosses the valley over a distance of more than 1,700 metres and stands out for its record span of 850 metres, thereby outperforming all types of FlyingBelt® combined. After Barroso, constructed in 2016, this is the second FlyingBelt® installation in a cement plant in Brazil.

Open year round, this is the second FlyingBelt® installation in a cement plant in Brazil, after Barroso in 2016.

technical
specifications

Longueur

Length

1722 m

Dénivelé

Elevation

273 m

Date

Speed

4 m/s

temps

Transport time

6 min 30s

tonnage par heure

Capacity

720 tonnes of material per hour

POMA, innovation

for the project

The second-longest

suspended conveyor in the world

For this second installation in Brazil, after Barroso, which holds the record for the world’s longest suspended conveyor belt, Adrianópolis’s FlyingBelt® takes second place on the podium. Another record: the longest span in the world, 850 metres.

Eco-friendly

transport

 

The FlyingBelt® helps to preserve the environment by significantly reducing pollutant emissions and overcoming the need for expensive, polluting road transport.

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Read

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With the installation of this ultra-modern aerial tramway, POMA has provided New Yorkers with the most advanced technology in urban ropeway transportation. It is 960 m long and connects Roosevelt Island to Manhattan in just three minutes, passing over the East River in great comfort with unique views of New York through the huge windows on both cabins.

Read

Téléo

France – Toulouse – PROJECT IN PROGRESS

More than 8,000 passengers will board the cabins of the Téléo tricable ropeway every day. Part of the Toulouse Agglomeration’s transport network, it crosses a river and travels over a hill to link three major hubs of activity in the south of Toulouse: the University Cancer Institute, Rangueil Hospital and Paul Sabatier University.

Read

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Read

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Réunion Island – Saint Denis – 2020

A Saint-Denis de la Réunion, POMA construit le premier metrocable de l’Océan Indien. Il offre un mode de déplacement sûr, rapide, et silencieux, permettant de relier des quartiers stratégiques et de mieux desservir le territoire.

Read

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La première télécabine urbaine en Russie permet aux habitants de Nijni Novgorod de se rendre quotidiennement dans la ville industrielle de Bor, en traversant le plus grand fleuve d’Europe par les airs.

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Read

K line – Metrocable

Colombia – Medellín – 2004

This urban gondola lift incorporated into a public transport system was a world first and quickly became a model for many large cities in terms of sustainable transportation and social inclusion. With the Metrocable, the city was gradually transformed, connecting the different neighbourhoods and their inhabitants.

Read

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In 2007, Metrocable’s second line initiated the urbanisation of an area to the west of the city. Unlike its predecessor, line K, the objective of commissioning line J was to support urban development in that area, rather than to bring the highly populated neighbourhood out of any kind of isolation.

Read

Charles de Gaule – Etoile

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The inclined elevator of the Charles de Gaulle-Étoile station, in the heart of western Paris, was installed to facilitate the connection between the stations of metro lines 1 and 6 and the RER A regional express network line station, the central thoroughfare for transport in Paris, connecting east to west in the Paris region.

Read

FlyingBelt Adrianopolis POMA
Brazil – Adrianópolis – 2020

Adrianópolis FlyingBelt®

Each day, limestone was transported to the cement plant of Secil Supremo Cimentos by hundreds of trucks, with a huge environmental impact: gas emissions, damage to the road, material spills. The loads are now carried via a FlyingBelt®, a transport solution with a very low environmental impact that is perfectly adapted to topographic constraints.

product range
Urban Gondola Lift
Application
Connect – urban link
More about

The project

In Brazil, Supremo Secil Cimentos, one of the largest cement manufacturers in the country, entrusted the design and installation of an impressive FlyingBelt® on its site in Adrianópolis, five hours from São Paulo, to AGUDIO, the Group's material transport expert.
The company now benefits from an environmentally friendly and cost-effective alternative to the hundreds of trucks a day required to transport 720 tonnes of limestone from the quarry to the cement plant every hour. Despite significant topographic constraints, the FlyingBelt® crosses the valley over a distance of more than 1,700 metres and stands out for its record span of 850 metres, thereby outperforming all types of FlyingBelt® combined. After Barroso, constructed in 2016, this is the second FlyingBelt® installation in a cement plant in Brazil.

Open year round, this is the second FlyingBelt® installation in a cement plant in Brazil, after Barroso in 2016.

technical
specifications

Longueur

Length

1722 m

Dénivelé

Elevation

273 m

Date

Speed

4 m/s

temps

Transport time

6 min 30s

tonnage par heure

Capacity

720 tonnes of material per hour

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Read

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The oldest city in the New World, Santo Domingo, has a modern public transport system; the first Caribbean urban gondola lift line! 195 cabins criss-cross the sky and provide a connection between Line 2 of the metro and the north-eastern zone, twice crossing over the Ozama river.

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Airtram New York

USA – New York – 2010

With the installation of this ultra-modern aerial tramway, POMA has provided New Yorkers with the most advanced technology in urban ropeway transportation. It is 960 m long and connects Roosevelt Island to Manhattan in just three minutes, passing over the East River in great comfort with unique views of New York through the huge windows on both cabins.

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Téléo

France – Toulouse – PROJECT IN PROGRESS

More than 8,000 passengers will board the cabins of the Téléo tricable ropeway every day. Part of the Toulouse Agglomeration’s transport network, it crosses a river and travels over a hill to link three major hubs of activity in the south of Toulouse: the University Cancer Institute, Rangueil Hospital and Paul Sabatier University.

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Aerovia

Equateur – Guayaquil – ongoing project

In order to improve the flow of daily traffic between Duran and Guayaquil, Ecuador’s economic capital, and offer an alternative solution for crossing the estuary, the local authorities have opted for ropeway transportation. Ecuador’s first urban gondola lift links Duran and Guayaquil, providing fast, smooth travel throughout the transport network for 40,000 passengers a day.

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La réunion

Réunion Island – Saint Denis – 2020

A Saint-Denis de la Réunion, POMA construit le premier metrocable de l’Océan Indien. Il offre un mode de déplacement sûr, rapide, et silencieux, permettant de relier des quartiers stratégiques et de mieux desservir le territoire.

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Megacable Pereira

Colombia – Pereira – Project in progress

Pereira Megacable is the first urban gondola lift to be 100% integrated into the public transport system of the city of Pereira. It is also the first lift in the country to be equipped with a DirectDrive®.

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Nizhny Novgorod

Russia – Nizhny Novgorod – 2011

La première télécabine urbaine en Russie permet aux habitants de Nijni Novgorod de se rendre quotidiennement dans la ville industrielle de Bor, en traversant le plus grand fleuve d’Europe par les airs.

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K line – Metrocable

Colombia – Medellín – 2004

This urban gondola lift incorporated into a public transport system was a world first and quickly became a model for many large cities in terms of sustainable transportation and social inclusion. With the Metrocable, the city was gradually transformed, connecting the different neighbourhoods and their inhabitants.

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J line – Metrocable

Colombia – Medellín – 2007

In 2007, Metrocable’s second line initiated the urbanisation of an area to the west of the city. Unlike its predecessor, line K, the objective of commissioning line J was to support urban development in that area, rather than to bring the highly populated neighbourhood out of any kind of isolation.

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Charles de Gaule – Etoile

France – Paris – 2013

The inclined elevator of the Charles de Gaulle-Étoile station, in the heart of western Paris, was installed to facilitate the connection between the stations of metro lines 1 and 6 and the RER A regional express network line station, the central thoroughfare for transport in Paris, connecting east to west in the Paris region.

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