Line 9 of the Paris metro: List of stations, line map

Plan a journey

Means of transport :
ligne de metro 9

The line 9 of the Paris subway allows you to go from the Pont de Sèvres station located in the town of Boulogne-Billancourt, in the south-west of the capital, to the Mairie de Montreuil station , which is located in the eastern suburbs of Paris. Construction work on line 9 began in 1911 and the first section of this line was opened to passengers in 1922. This section was limited to the route from Trocadéro to Exelmans. Line 9 as we know it in 2022 was not completed until 1937, by extending the line to Mairie de Montreuil.

The total length of line 9 is 19.5 kilometers, which is covered in 52 minutes and passes through 37 stations. It is one of the busiest Paris subway lines, with nearly 140 million passengers per year.

map of line 9 of the Paris subway Paris underground line 9 map

List of stations on line 9 from terminus to terminus with connections to other lines on the network:

Pont de Sèvres


Marcel Sembat

Porte de Saint-Cloud


Michel Ange Molitor ligne de metro 10

Michel Ange Auteuil ligne de metro 10



La Muette

Rue de la Pompe

Trocadéro ligne de metro 6


Alma Marceau

Franklin D. Roosevelt ligne de metro 1

Saint-Philippe du Roule

Miromesnil ligne de metro 13


Havre Caumartin ligne de metro 3

Chaussée d'Antin La Fayette ligne de metro 7

Richelieu Drouot ligne de metro 8

Grands Boulevards ligne de metro 8

Bonne Nouvelle ligne de metro 8

Strasbourg Saint-Denis ligne de metro 4 ligne de metro 8

République ligne de metro 5 ligne de metro 8 ligne de metro 11 ligne de metro 3

Oberkampf ligne de metro 5




Rue des Boulets

Nation ligne de metro 2 ligne de metro A ligne de metro 6 ligne de metro 1



Porte de Montreuil


Croix de Chavaux

Mairie de Montreuil

How to get there by subway ?

Monuments of Paris | Museums of Paris | Performance halls | go to Disneyland Park | go to the Palace of Versailles | Department stores | Grandes écoles de Paris | Research laboratories | Hospitals in Paris and the Paris region | How to take the subway in Paris

      © 2023   Legal information