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The line 3 of the Paris metro crosses the north of Paris from east to west and connects the station Pont de Levallois Bécon located in Levallois-Perret, to the Gallieni station located in the town of Bagnolet. This metro line serves 25 stations and has a total length of approximately 12 km.
Line 3 has an annual attendance of 93 million passengers. Its busiest stations are Saint-Lazare and République.
Line 3 (then line C) was opened to the public in 1904, but initially only on the Villiers Père-Lachaise section. Then the line was opened in 1905 as far as Gambetta towards the east, and in 1910 as far as Pereire towards the west. Line 3 then had several successive extensions to the east and west, the last one having taken place in 1971 and concerning the Porte de Bagnolet and Gallieni stations located in the east of Paris.
Train frequencyThe average time interval between trains is two to four minutes during the day, seven to nine minutes after 8 p.m. On Sunday during the day, it is necessary to count a waiting time of four to seven minutes and ten minutes on the nights of Fridays to Saturdays, Saturdays to Sundays and the eves of holidays.
Map of line 3 of the Paris metro
List of stations on line 3 from terminus to terminus with connections to other lines on the network:
Pont de Levallois Bécon
Porte de Champerret
Arts et Métiers
Porte de Bagnolet
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