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Line #
Traction type Steel Wheel
Year Opened 1911
Last extension 1998
Mileage 22.5 km
# of Stations 30
Peak Frequency 1:40
Train length 5 car
Operation ATO
Data Date 2008
1st Visit 11/99
Last Visit 3/09
% Rode 50%

French Transit > Paris > Metro
Line 13

Paris Metro

Line 13 suffers from extreme overcrowding because it has 2 heavily used branches on the north end. Line 13 was part of Nord-Sud Company Line B & C before being absorbed by CMP, now RATP. Line 13 was extended south of Saint Lazare as an express type metro and lined into the original Line 14 (unrelated to today's Line 14). There is consideration to severe one of the Line 13 branches and link it to today's Line 14 to allow for better service on both branches.

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