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From Paris to Melun

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We're thinking of going from Paris Gare Lyon to Melun (Vaux le Vicomte).

I went to the transilien.com web site and looked up the departure & destinations.

I added plus/minus 1 hour to my selected time and a bunch of times show up.

I assume the "R" indicates a Regional train and the "D" indicates line D on the RER train.

So far no problem.

However, the time I like the best indicates a train number (91055) and shows a railway car but does not indicate either Regional or RER.

The only clue for me is that the duration of the trip is more like the Regional train (25 min) than the RER trains which take longer due to more stops.

Is there some way to determine if train 90155 is in fact Regional?

Thanks.

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