In the absence of a curfew, the subways run until 2:15 a.m. for New Year’s Eve

    In the absence of a curfew, the subways run until 2:15 a.m. for New Year’s Eve

    A female passenger in the Paris metro (illustrative image). – ABDULMONAM EASSA / AFP

    A break from the curfew. This Thursday evening, for Christmas Eve, travel is exceptionally free. And to allow Ile-de-France residents to move around, transport is adapting. Ile-de-France Mobilités runs the metro and trams (except T7 and T4) an hour longer this night. Either like a Friday or a Saturday night.

    Thus, the trains will run until 2:15 am to give users time to enjoy their evening. This is the only exception for the period. If travel is allowed during this Christmas night, even if the French are recommended not to meet with more than six adults, it will however be necessary to stay at home on the evening of December 31.

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