Gare de Lyon-Part-Dieu

Gare De Lyon-Part-Dieu

Gare de Lyon-Part-Dieu

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Gare de la Part-Dieu (English: Part-Dieu railway station) is the primary railway station in Lyon, France. It is situated on the Lyon–Geneva railway.

This zone is served by the metro line and (2010)


The station was constructed in 1978 as part of the new Part-Dieu urban neighborhood project. As the planners intended Part-Dieu to act as a second city center for Lyon, the large train station was built in conjunction with a shopping center (the largest in France outside of Île-de-France), a major government office complex, and the tallest skyscraper in the region, nicknamed Le Crayon (The Pencil) due to its shape.

Prior to the construction of the Gare de la Part-Dieu, the neighborhood was served by the Gare des Brotteaux. It closed in 1982 and its operations were absorbed into this station.

While Part-Dieu is routinely the busiest, five other stations operate in metro Lyon: Perrache (in the city-center), Lyon-Vaise, Saint-Paul, Gorge de Loup, and Jean Macé Station.

Rail connections

Part-Dieu is a significant railway hub, connected to the French (SNCF) and international rail networks. From the many lines that run through Lyon, Part-Dieu is directly connected to Paris,......
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