Canada Savigny-le-Temple: soon the Citalien will run on the first section of the Tzen 2
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Begun in July 2019, work on the first section of Tzen 2 is completed between the Westfield Carré Sénart shopping center, in Lieusaint and avenue du 8-Mai-1945, in Savigny-le-Temple. The Tzen 2, a new bus line on its own site, will be put into service according to a new schedule by 2027. It will eventually reach Sénart at the hospital and at Melun station.
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For this first sector, this is 2.5 km made of concrete over 7 m wide, with three stops. For the inhabitants, the change will be felt next January since the Citalien, which already links Sénart to Melun in general traffic, will take this new route of the future Tzen 2, where it will have priority. It will gain in regularity and time when traffic is congested.
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This work includes the creation and redevelopment of several intersections, including the Deux-Plessis traffic light intersection, which will be put into service this Tuesday, October 20, the creation of an "8 May 1845 ”north of the Plessis roundabout in Savigny-le-Temple, the construction of a kilometer of greenways and the upcoming planting of 170 trees.
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The second Tzen2 works sector will, from 2021-2022, concern Savigny center, the Trois Horloges sector and part of the RD 605 north of Melun then avenue Thiers in Melun. The implementation and financing agreement for this tranche 2 was approved following the last board of directors of Ile-de-France Mobilités on October 8.
The department of Seine-et-Marne has been appointed project owner by Ile-de-France Mobilités. “It took barely a year to build this first sector, despite the Covid. We are making progress in a preserved environment ”, rejoices Patrick Septiers (UDI), its president. Who hopes to inaugurate the equipment "before 2027".
With other elected officials, including Louis Vogel (Agir), the mayor of Melun, he was able to take this new route for the first time on Friday evening, in a sector very congested by cars. "The future belongs to the inner suburbs, which requires always improving our services, of which transport is part", greeted Michel Bisson (PS), mayor of Lieusaint and president of Grand Paris Sud.
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Integration in the city center of Melun
“In one year, these works have changed the appearance of the entrance to the city. It was necessary to accompany the inhabitants, attached to their old roundabout, in the change. A frequency every 6 minutes, in large crown, it is quite rare, indicates for her part Marie-Line Pichery (PS), the mayor of Savigny-le-Temple. 2027 is a bit far, but we are very dependent on what is happening in Melun ”.
Stéphane Beaudet, vice-president (ex-LR) of the region, recalled the “very very long fight of this Tzen2. We have worked a lot to integrate it into the city of Melun ”. Finally, work on the southern section, from the hospital to the Melun station, should begin in 2024, at the end of section 2. But the file is still "in the making".
For a while, Patrick Setiers had thought of suspending this part so as not to suffocate the city center of Melun, which already suffers from difficult traffic. "The Department has set up an amicable compensation commission to preserve economic activity, chaired by the president of the Judicial Tribunal", also points out Xavier Vanderbise, vice-president in charge of transport.
The Tzen2 in figures:
- 17 km of dedicated tracks
- 26 stations served
- 27,000 daily passengers expected
- A 7/7 service from 5 hours to midnight
- A frequency every 6 minutes during peak hours
- 40,000 inhabitants and 23,000 jobs served in five municipalities
-180 million euros excluding tax, including 55 million euros financed by the Department, alongside the region and the State.
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