The train station Évry-Val-de-Seine (former name was Évry-Petit Bourg) is a French railway station on the line: Villeneuve-Saint-Georges <=> Montargis, located in the town of Évry, in the department: Essonne in the region: Île-de-France. Located not far from the banks of the Seine, it serves the oldest neighborhoods of Évry, with the « ville nouvelle » (new city) being accessible from the Évry – Courcouronnes train station. It is in zone: 5 (tarification Île-de-France). Its latitude and longitude geographic coordinates are 48° 38′ 04″ North, 2° 27′ 08″ East with an altitude of 45 m.
It is on the train line Villeneuve-Saint-Georges – Montargis with 2 central tracks and 2 side platforms serving 977 400 passengers (2014) per year.
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