Your G7 Sharing taxi to or from the stations
The G7 Sharing train station taxi service picks you up or drops you off at one of the 7 stations we cover. To meet all your transfer needs, your station taxi can take you into Paris city centre, the suburbs or the airport. Check the designated pick-up spots for each station on the relevant pages.
G7 Sharing: TAXIS-STATIONS BROUGHT TO YOU BY G7
What is G7 Sharing?
G7 Sharing is a shared taxi service connecting Paris or the Parisian airports to the Parisian stations. You can book a station taxi to and/or from the other Parisian train stations. The train station transfer is a G7 Sharing service. By travelling with G7 Sharing, enjoy a guaranteed service brought to you by Europe’s leading taxi service provider.
By opting for a shared taxi, enjoy a low cost taxi transfer (up to 40% cheaper than a traditional taxi transfer). Wherever you are in Paris or the surrounding area, G7 Sharing is an ideal station taxi service for personal or business travel.
G7 Sharing: how it works
Your taxi journey to the station
Whether you want to leave from the city centre, the greater Paris area or Roissy or Orly airport, get to one of the 7 stations served by G7 Sharing.
– Gare de Lyon
– Gare Saint Lazare
– Gare du Nord
– Gare de l’Est
– Gare d’Austerlitz
– Gare Montparnasse
– Gare de Bercy
If you opt for a shared taxi, you will be matched with passengers located close to your pick-up spot or on the way to the station. The station taxi service is a door-to-door service, picking you up from your home or the airport and dropping you off at your requested station.
Your taxi journey from the station
Get going by activating your trip via the website or by calling +33(0)1 41 27 77 93. Your taxi will be waiting for you upon exiting the station within a maximum of 10 to 30 minutes. If your train is delayed, you can relax – your driver is only notified of your arrival once your transfer has been activated.
For stations that are relatively close (Gare de l’Est/Gare du Nord or Gare de Lyon/Gare de Bercy/Gare d’Austerlitz), and if the route makes sense, the driver may decide to pick up passengers from the aforementioned stations during your transfer.
With over 500 million travellers passing through their arches each year, Parisian stations are consistently busy. Thanks to a sprawling rail network, business travellers and tourists alike flock here to travel across France and Europe. Whether leaving from or arriving in Paris, the G7 Sharing station taxis will get you to any of the 7 stations served.
Each station is linked to a specific area of the country. For example, if you are travelling to Lille, your train will be leaving from the Gare du Nord. Similarly, if you wanted to get to Bordeaux you would take a train from Gare Montparnasse. The geographical location of a train station in Paris determines the area of France it connects to.