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Getting around
Greater Paris

A daily commute, a family outing, a little sightseeing—
with Transilien, you’ve got a ticket for every occasion.

Navigo passes

If you live or work in the Paris region our Navigo pass is for you. For a low flat fee, you get unlimited travel in selected zones(1)—for a week, a month or even a full year.

And you can use your monthly or annual Navigo pass for unlimited outings at the weekend(2) or on bank holidays(3), throughout the entire Paris region. Outside this period, don’t forget to buy a top-up ticket for your destination if you're taking a one-off journey outside the zones covered by your pass.

(1) except for lines with special fares
(2) valid from Friday midnight to Sunday midnight
(3) from midnight to midnight on bank holidays

For a day—
or more

Maybe you need to make a lot of journeys in a short time. Or maybe you’re just visiting Paris. Whatever your transport needs, we can meet them—choose from single tickets, books of tickets, group fares, flat fares and travel passes.

For unlimited travel during a single day, choose our Mobilis or Paris Visite card, and include the number of zones that’s right for you. And if you’re staying a full five days, you can adjust the time limit on your Paris Visite card.

If you’re travelling with a crowd, we offer discounts for

  • families
  • groups
  • students

Finally, you may qualify for a reduced fare if:

  • you are or have been a member of the military
  • you are blind or have a disability
  • you are a disabled veteran


For more information, call +33 0800 948 999 between 08.00 and 20.00. There is no charge if you call from a landline.

A helping hand

Depending on your circumstances, you may qualify for transport assistance under our Tarification Solidarité Transport programme:

  • 50% off one-way tickets, sold singly or in books
  • 50% off t+ tickets
  • 75% off flat weekly and monthly fares with the Navigo pass

The Agence Solidarité Transport programme provides assistance to Greater Paris residents who qualify for:

  • Couverture Maladie Universelle Complémentaire (CMUC) healthcare benefits
  • Aide Médicale d’Etat (AME) healthcare benefits
  • Allocation de Parent Isolé (API) benefits for single parents
  • Allocation Solidarité Spécifique (ASS) unemployment benefits

Depending on your circumstances, you may also qualify for the Forfait Gratuité Transport programme. This four-month benefit is offered to:

  • recipients of RSA unemployment assistance 
  • jobseekers whose Allocation de Solidarité Spécifique unemployment benefits or CMUC healthcare benefits are running out
  • single parents who qualify for the Allocation de Parent Isolé

Améthyste and
Émeraude fares

Depending upon your income and circumstances, the social services office of the city of Paris or of the Greater Paris General Councils may issue you a card entitling you to reduced Transilien fares.

You may be eligible if you:

  • are over 60 or 65 years old
  • are an adult and have a disability or cannot work
  • are a veteran or a veteran’s widow

With the Améthyste and Émeraude cards you pay only 50%—and in some cases nothing—for:

  • one-way tickets, sold singly or in books
  • books of t+ tickets


Are you a jobseeker under age 26? Do you collect unemployment benefits under the Revenue Minimum d’Insertion (RMI) or Allocation de Solidarité Spécifique programmes? Or perhaps you receive the Allocation de Parent Isolé (API) benefit for single parents? If so, you may qualify for mobility cheques.

With mobility cheques, you’ll save on the entire Greater Paris transport network. These voucher-like cheques are accepted at Transilien SNCF, RATP and OPTILE windows.

Passengers with disabilities, blind passengers and their accompanying persons, retired military, and disabled veterans who present their disability cards pay only 50%—and in some cases nothing—for:

  • tickets for journeys beginning and ending in the Paris region, sold singly or in books
  • books of t+ tickets