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Semeru participate in the modernization of line 11 of the Paris Metro

  • Mobility
  • Mobility

Supported jointly by Ile-de-France Mobilités and RATP, the adaptation, modernization and extension program for line 11 will open up and urban change in the eastern part of the Ile-de-France region.

Carried out jointly by Ile-de-France Mobilités and the RATP, the program for the adaptation, modernization and extension of line 11 will allow the opening up and urban transformation of eastern Ile-de-France. This program extends over 13 km and relates in particular to the modernization of 13 existing stations, the construction of a new maintenance workshop, a new dedicated centralized control station as well as the creation of 6 new stations (of "Town Hall des Lilas" to "Rosny Bois-Perrier"). 

Commissioning is scheduled for 2023.

Participation of Semeru

Adaptation work has been initiated in order to make travel more fluid and to comply with the regulations in force concerning the evacuation time of travellers. This work includes the creation of access, lifts, escalators and emergency exits. They must make it possible to guarantee the safety and comfort of all passengers on line 11, and in general, contribute to improving accessibility by reducing the difficulty of the journeys, in particular for people with reduced mobility.

Semeru Ligne 11 Paris

In partnership with renowned manufacturers (SIEMENS, ALSTOM), the teams of Semeru Transport, carry out the services of studies, supply, programming and installation of automatic driving systems on the ground. Paris metro train control and command systems are IT systems set up by RATP to manage the control and command of trains on several manually operated lines of the Paris metro. These systems include automation on the ground and on board the trains. The system managing ground-train communication allows real-time control of the speed of the train in relation to the type of line and according to the position of the preceding train. 

Thanks to these control/command systems, several essential functions such as the location of rolling stock and ground-train communication are provided optimally and contribute to the overall management of traffic. Nearly 600 communication points with trains will be configured and deployed on the ground along the tracks by SEMERU teams, while ensuring essential continuity of service and line operation. 

Our client can count on our teams to carry out this challenge, and thus support it until the end scheduled for the first quarter of 2022.