TER Hauts-de-France

TER Hauts-de-France is the regional rail network serving the region of Hauts-de-France, northern France. It is operated by the French national railway company SNCF. It was formed in 2017 from the previous TER networks TER Nord-Pas-de-Calais and TER Picardie, after the respective regions were merged.

NetworkEdit

The rail and bus network as of October 2017:[1][2]

RailEdit

Line Route
1 Amiens ... Albert ... Arras ... Douai ... Lille-Flandres
2 Amiens ... Abbeville ... Rue ... Étaples-Le Touquet ... Boulogne-Ville ... Calais-Ville
3 Calais-Ville - Les Fontinettes† - Beau-Marais† - Gravelines - Bourbourg - Grande-Synthe† - Coudekerque-Branche† - Dunkerque
4 Calais-Ville ... Hazebrouck ... Armentières ... Lille-Flandres
5 Dunkerque ... Hazebrouck ... Armentières ... Lille-Flandres
6 Hazebrouck ... Béthune ... Lens ... Arras
7 Saint-Pol-sur-Ternoise ... Béthune ... Don-Sainghin ... Lille-Flandres

branch line: Lens ... Don-Sainghin

8 Saint-Pol-sur-Ternoise ... Arras
9 Lille-Flandres ... Comines
10 Lille-Flandres ... Roubaix - Tourcoing ... Kortrijk ... Ghent ... Antwerp
11 Lille-Flandres ... Ascq† ... Tournai ... Charleroi-South ... Namur
12 Lille-Flandres ... Orchies ... Valenciennes ... Aulnoye-Aymeries ... Maubeuge ... Jeumont
13 Lille-Flandres ... Valenciennes ... Aulnoye-Aymeries† ... Avesnes-sur-Helpe ... Hirson
14 Busigny ... Aulnoye-Aymeries ... Maubeuge ... Jeumont
15 Lille-Flandres - Douai ... Cambrai ... Busigny - Saint-Quentin
16 Valenciennes ... Denain ... Cambrai
17 Lille-Flandres ... Douai ... Somain ... Valenciennes
18 Lille-Flandres ... Libercourt ... Lens
19 Hirson ... Marle-sur-Serre ... Laon
20 Paris-Nord - Dammartin-Juilly-Saint-Mard† - Crépy-en-Valois - Vaumoise† - Villers-Cotterêts - Corcy† - Longpont† - Vierzy† - Soissons - Crouy† - Margival† - Vauxaillon† - Anizy-Pinon - Clacy-Mons† - Laon
22 Paris-Est ... Château-Thierry ... Châlons-en-Champagne (see TER Grand Est C 02 and Transilien Line P for details)
23 Creil ... Paris-Nord (see lines 24 and 27)
24 Saint-Quentin - Montescourt† - Mennessis† - Tergnier - Viry-Noureuil† - Chauny - Appilly† - Noyon - Ourscamp† - Ribécourt† - Thourotte† - Longueil-Annel† - Compiègne - Jaux† - Le Meux-Lacroix-Saint-Ouen† - Longueil-Sainte-Marie† - Chevrières† - Pont-Sainte-Maxence - Rieux-Angicourt† - Villers-Saint-Paul† - Creil - Chantilly-Gouvieux† - Orry-la-Ville-Coye† - Paris-Nord
25 Amiens ... Ham (Somme) ... Tergnier ... Laon

branch line: Ham (Somme) - Saint-Quentin

26 Amiens ... Montdidier ... Compiègne
27 Amiens - Longueau - Boves† - Dommartin-Remiencourt† - Ailly-sur-Noye† - La Faloise† - Breteuil-Embranchement† - Gannes† - Saint-Just-en-Chaussée - Saint-Remy-en-l'Eau† - Avrechy† - Clermont-de-l'Oise - Liancourt-Rantigny† - Laigneville† - Creil - Chantilly-Gouvieux† - Orry-la-Ville-Coye† - Paris-Nord
28 Beauvais ... Creil
29 Beauvais - Saint-Sulpice-Auteuil - Laboissière-Le Déluge - Méru - Esches - Bornel-Belle-Église - Chambly - Persan-Beaumont - Paris-Nord
30 Le Tréport-Mers ... Abancourt ... Marseille-en-Beauvaisis ... Beauvais
31 Amiens ... Abancourt ... Serqueux ... Rouen-Rive-Droite
32 Le Tréport-Mers - Eu - Woincourt - Feuquières-Fressenneville - Feuquerolles† - Chépy-Valines - Acheux-Franleu† - Quesnoy-le-Montant† - Abbeville
† Not all trains call at this station

BusEdit

Line Bus route
11 Ascq - Orchies
17 Somain - Lourches
40 Creil - Senlis - Roissy
41 Crépy-en-Valois - Roissy
42 Amiens - Beauvais
43 Montdidier - Saint-Just-en-Chaussée
44 Montdidier - Chaulnes - Péronne - Roisel
45 Laon - Montcornet - Rozoy-sur-Serre
48 La Ferté-Milon - Fère-en-Tardenois - Fismes
49 Étrépagny - Gisors - Cergy – Préfecture

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ TER Picardie, Fiches horaires, accessed 1 October 2017.
  2. ^ TER Nord-Pas-de-Calais, Fiches horaires, accessed 2 October 2017.