ATM (Dijon SNCF railway station)


29 July 2020

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ATM (Dijon SNCF railway station)

ATM (Dijon SNCF railway station)
Railway Station, Cour De La Gare, 21000 Dijon, France
300m from the establishment

Dijon-Ville station is a French railway station of the Paris-Lyon to Marseille-Saint-Charles line and a railway star comprising several lines. Also known as Gare Foch, it is the main station of the city of Dijon, in the department of Côte-d’Or, in the Burgundy-Franche-Comté region. The secondary station of Dijon-Porte-Neuve is located on the line from Dijon-Ville to Is-sur-Tille.

It was commissioned in 1849 by the State Railways Administration, before becoming a station of the Lyon to Mediterranean Railway Company (PLM) network in 1852. It is a station of the French National Railway Company (SNCF), served by the TGV since 1981. It is also the main station of the TER Burgundy-Franche-Comté regional TER network.



In 2018, according to SNCF estimates, the annual use of the station will be 5,798,100 passengers (number rounded up to the nearest 100).