Le Chénay-Gagny station

Le Chénay-Gagny station

Le Chénay-Gagny is a railway station in Gagny, Seine-Saint-Denis, France.


The station is named after a former holder of the estate, Canus or Kanus, then Chenay, Chesnay and finally Chénay. It has two exits: "Cité Jean Bouin" and "Poste du Chénay-Gagny". The district where the station is set now bears the same name.


The station is located at 16,115 kilometric point of the Paris-Est–Strasbourg-Ville railway. It has been served since 1999 by the RER E trains running on E2 branch, between Haussmann–Saint-Lazare and Chelles–Gournay. It is served in both directions by 4 to 8 trains an hour.


In 2005, more than 4 600 people entered the station every day.


The station is served by

  • RATP Group bus line 214
  • TRA bus line 642
  • Les Autobus du Fort bus line 701
  • Noctilien night bus line N23

Notes and references

External links

  • Le Chénay-Gagny station at Transilien, the official website of SNCF (in French)

Le Chénay-Gagny station

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