Paris–Bordeaux, the third-busiest rail service in France with over 20 million passengers in 2018, infrastructure designed, financed, built and operated by VINCI.
for the regions
302 km of works, Europe’s biggest infrastructure project.
For her and for her friends, Bordeaux to Paris in only two hours.
approximately created in the Bordeaux area, one year after the South Europe Atlantic high-speed rail line was opened to traffic.
of passengers arrived on time in 2018 thanks to the high standards of infrastructure maintenance.
contributed to the construction effort at the worksite’s peak period, including 2,000 trained and recruited locally.
Monitoring the social, economic and environmental impact of the line over the long term.
An observatory to analyse the impact of the line on geographical mobility, the local economy and regional development.
The LISEA Biodiversity Foundation supports environmental protection and restoration projects proposed by local organisations in the administrative departments crossed by the line.
The LISEA Carbon Foundation participates in the financing of projects aimed at saving energy and reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
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