RER B disruption: how to access Paris-CDG on 20 October 2018?
Traffic will be severely disrupted on Saturday 20 October 2018
travelling to and from
Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport due to modernisation works being carried out on RER Line B. Here is our advice for smooth travels to the airport.
It will be particularly complicated to travel between central Paris stations and “Aéroport CDG 1” and “Aéroport CDG 2” stations using the RER B on Saturday 20 October. For more information regarding the travel disruptions, please use the RATP website or the RER B Blog. For live travel information, the RER B Twitter account is also available.
To make your journey between Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport and Paris easier
, we advise that you use an alternative route, particularly if your arrival at the airport is scheduled for after 7pm on Saturday
Accessing Paris-CDG by public transport?
Links between Paris and Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport are provided daily by numerous shuttle and bus services. Pick-up stops are located all over Paris, to suit all travellers:
Fares, timetables and journey times: Find all the information you need to prepare for your journey here.
Journeys between central Paris and Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport are subject to fixed prices: €50 for Paris “right bank” and €55 for Paris “left bank” (excluding surcharges).
Information on taxis from Paris suburbs, online reservation and airline contact details. All our advice can be found here.
About RER B works
RER Line B will be undergoing important modernisation and maintenance works until 2025. Some of these works will require partial line interruptions, particularly during evenings and weekends. Plan your journeys by checking our news
on the Paris Aéroport website or on Twitter