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  • The RER D is one of the five lines in the RER rapid transit system serving Paris, France. The line officially runs from the northern terminus Orry-la-Ville – Coye to the southern terminuses Melun and Malesherbes. In reality, some trains continue north to Creil except during rush hours, and the link between Juvisy-sur-Orge and Melun via Corbeil-Essonnes is operated by RER D. Due to its high rate of incidents and social disturbances, RER D line is colloquially known as "RER poubelle". First inauguration : 27 September 1987 Length : 190 km Number of stops : 59 Line D links the Gare du Nord with the Gare de Lyon via Châtelet – Les-Halles. The section north of the Gare du Nord opened in the late 1980s; a dedicated tunnel opened in 1995 to connect it to the SNCF network south of the Gare de Lyon, part of which was transferred to the RER.

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