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The train station la Défense is a French railway station located in La Défense, in the municipality of Puteaux in the department: Hauts-de-Seine in the region: Île-de-France.It is in zone: 3 (tarification Île-de-France) with coordinates 48° 53′ 31″ North, 2° 14′ 19″ East and an altitude of null.
It is on the train line Paris-Saint-Lazare <=> Versailles-Rive-Droite (SNCF) with 4 (RATP), 4 (SNCF) tracks and 2 central (RATP), 2 central (SNCF) platforms serving 56,4 million passengers (2015) (excluding the tramway) including: Gare SNCF: 27,5 passengers and Gare RATP: 28,9 passengers per year.
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Train L - Paris-Saint-Lazare <=> Versailles-Rive-Droite
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Croissanterie - French croissants and bakery products - Fresh sandwiches
Relay - Newspapers, magazines, takeaway food, snacks and drinksReduced Mobility:
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There is no baggage storage at this station
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