Pont de Levallois–Bécon (Paris Métro)

Pont de Levallois–Bécon (French pronunciation: ​[pɔ̃ d(ə) ləvalwa bekɔ̃]) is the northwestern terminus of Line 3 of the Paris Métro, located in the commune of Levallois-Perret.

Pont de Levallois–Bécon
Paris Métro
Paris Métro station
Paris Metro - Ligne 3 - Pont de Levallois - Becon 01.jpg
General information
LocationRue Anatole France (two)
Rue Baudin at A. France (two)
Coordinates48°53′50″N 2°16′51″E / 48.897313°N 2.280787°E / 48.897313; 2.280787Coordinates: 48°53′50″N 2°16′51″E / 48.897313°N 2.280787°E / 48.897313; 2.280787
Owned byRATP
Operated byRATP
Other information
Fare zone2
Opened24 September 1937 (1937-09-24)
Preceding station Metro-M.svg Paris Métro Following station
Terminus Line 3 Anatole France
towards Gallieni
Pont de Levallois–Bécon is located in Paris
Pont de Levallois–Bécon
Pont de Levallois–Bécon
Location within Paris


The station is located under Rue Anatole-France in Levallois-Perret, between Rue Baudin and Avenue Georges-Pompidou.


It was opened on 24 September 1937 when the line was extended from Porte de Champerret.

The station is named after the bridge linking Levallois-Perret and Courbevoie across the Seine, as well as the neighbourhood of Bécon in Courbevoie, directly across the river. All take their name from a property developer, Nicolas Eugène Levallois.

In 2018, 5,374,925 passengers entered this station, which places it in 78th position among the 302 metro stations for its usage.[1]

Passenger servicesEdit


The station has four entrances by fixed stairs and by escalators at the intersection of Rue Anatole-France and Avenue Georges-Pompidou.

Station layoutEdit

Street Level
B1 Mezzanine
Line 3 platforms Side platform, doors will open on the right
Westbound     Alighting passengers only
Eastbound     toward Gallieni (Anatole France)
Island platform, doors will open on the left, right
Eastbound     toward Gallieni (Anatole France)


Pont de Levallois-Bécon has two platforms, one central and one side, serving three tracks: the central platform is served by the two tracks used for the departure of the trains while the side platform is served by the trains on arrival. The decoration is in the style used for most metro stations: the lighting strips are white and rounded in the Gaudin style of the renouveau du métro of the 2000s, and the bevelled white ceramic tiles cover the walls, the vault and the tympan. The advertising frames are a honey color faience and the name of the station is also faience. The seats are a Motte style white colour.

Bus connectionsEdit

The station is served by lines 94, 167, 238 and 275 of the RATP Bus Network and at night, by lines N16 and N52 of the Noctilien bus network.



  1. ^ "Trafic annuel entrant par station du réseau ferré 2018". data.ratp.fr (in French). Retrieved 14 February 2020.
  • Roland, Gérard (2003). Stations de métro. D’Abbesses à Wagram. Éditions Bonneton.