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Ideal for your night trips to Paris and the Paris region, the Noctilien night buses are your best allies from 0:30 to 5:30 am and will take you safely to your destination in more than 200 cities of Ile-de-France!

What is Noctilien?

Your night bus

  • Noctilien night buses combine comfort, security and proximity whatever your destination in Île-de-France.
  • These are very comfortable coaches which announce the route and the stops via on-board information screens.
  • Equipped with video surveillance, they are in permanent contact with a security center.
  • A reception agent is at your disposal for your information and orientation in all the major Noctilien connecting stations in Paris (Châtelet, Gare de l'Est, Gare St-Lazare, Gare Montparnasse and Gare de Lyon).
  • No risk of missing your stop: on Noctilien lines N130 to N154, a guide present on board the night bus, can, at your request, wake you up when approaching the desired stop.

Are Noctilien buses accessible to people with reduced mobility?

Are you a person with reduced mobility or are you traveling with a person with a disability? All Noctilien coaches on the following lines are accessible:

  • N130-Paris Gare de Lyon/Marne La Vallée Chessy
  • N131-Paris Gare de Lyon/Brétigny sur Orge
  • N133-Paris Gare de Lyon/Juvisy
  • N140-Paris Est/Aulnay-sous-Bois - Aéroport Charles de Gaulle
  • N141-Paris Est/Meaux
  • N142-Paris Est/Tournan
  • N143-Paris Est/Aéroport Charles de Gaulle
  • N144-Paris Est/Corbeil Essonnes
  • N145-Paris Montparnasse/La Verrière - Rambouillet
  • N150-Paris St Lazare/Cergy Le Haut
  • N151-Paris St Lazare/Mantes la Jolie
  • N154-Paris St Lazare/Montigny Beauchamp

 

With Noctilien, you travel in complete safety and are taken care of by personnel specially trained by the transporter to welcome people with reduced mobility and to handle suitable equipment.
The vehicle is equipped with a lifting platform which is automatically positioned at ground level for the care of disabled people in wheelchairs.
An on-board passenger information system (SAEIV) broadcasts internal and external audio announcements and two visual information screens announce the stops.
Note, however, that in Noctilien coaches, the capacity is limited to a single wheelchair of length ≤ 1.30 m and width ≤ 0.80 m.

 

How much does a Noctilien trip cost?

If you have a pass, you can travel on the Noctilien network, which is accessible with all passes.
The two-digit Noctilien lines and the N135 can be used with 1 t + ticket regardless of the distance.
For all other Noctilien lines, you need 2 t + tickets, whatever the distance.
You can travel on the Noctilien network with Navigo Liberté + and t + magnetic tickets, on your smartphone or on the Navigo Easy Card.
Bus connection rules apply to Noctilien. (In the event of a connection between two 3-digit Noctiliens, the price will be 2 t + tickets for the first 3 digit Noctilien bus + 1 t + ticket for the second)
Origin-Destination tickets are not valid on Noctilien.

Noctilien Line schedules

The Noctilien night bus network is organized around five major connecting stations located in Paris (Châtelet station, Gare de l'Est, Gare de Lyon, Gare Montparnasse, Gare Saint-Lazare).

To help you find the timetable for the line you are looking for, we have indicated for each its name and its different terminals.

The Rocade Noctilien lines

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