Île-de-France Mobilités has become an official partner of the Paris 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games, supporting the ambition for 100% of spectators to be able to access the competition using public transport.
Through this partnership, Île-de-France Mobilités will assist the International Olympic Committee and the Mobility Committee for the Paris 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games with organising transport for spectators and accredited persons.
In the Île-de-France region, this will incorporate 25 Olympic sites and 17 Paralympic sites.
Over the past few years, Île-de-France Mobilités has been preparing for this challenge and has designed a transport and mobility plan specifically for the Paris 2024 Games.
This plan will see the public transport offer in the region increased by 15% compared to a usual summer day.
Meanwhile, a fleet of around 1,000 additional buses and coaches will be used to transport 200,000 accredited passengers.
To facilitate ticketing, Île-de-France Mobilités will also offer a new ‘Paris 2024 pass’ that will enable passengers to ride without having to join long queues to purchase individual tickets.
By the start of the Paris 2024 Games, 90% of tram, train and RER traffic will be covered by an accessible station. However, the extraordinary use of public transport leading to busier services is likely to hinder the fluid mobility of spectators in wheelchairs.
Indeed, 4,000 spectators in wheelchairs are expected to attend the Olympic Games every day, while 2,500 are expected during the Paris 2024 Paralympic Games.
To facilitate travel for all spectators, Île-de-France Mobilités will thus provide a shuttle service dedicated to people in wheelchairs. This service will run from major stations on the Île-de-France network.
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