The cluster is covered by two backbone road routes – the regional loop N118 and national highway A10 – which facilitate transport of goods and people for local companies.
The existing transit network comprising RER B and C train lines and the dense bus networks with dedicated bus lane infrastructure connect Paris-Saclay to Paris Region and the whole country.
Line 18 of the Grand Paris Express Metro will, by 2024, be the new backbone of the Paris- Saclay transport system. With 11 stations, it will connect Paris-Saclay to the whole Paris metropolitan area, its urban and cultural centers, international airports and TGV train stations. This new line will transport people from the Paris-Saclay urban campus to Paris-Orly Airport in just 15 minutes.
Clean mobility solutions and innovative digital services
Digital technologies and innovation are becoming drivers for better quality of life with the implementation of new and more efficient urban services for both residents and businesses.
Innovations for smart mobility range from real time transit information, smart parking systems to shared electric cars and bicycles.