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Navigo Pass after September 1, 2015

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If I am reading the information correctly, after September 1st the basic weekly Navigo pass will be valid for travel in Zones 1-5. It looks like CDG is in Zone 5, so if we recharge our passes there when we arrive in September, we should be able to use them to take the RER B into the Gare du Nord. Is this correct? If so, this is a great deal.

http://www.stif.org/IMG/pdf/STIF_-_CA_1102015_-_CP_Evolution_Tarifaire.pdf

I looked at the RATP Navigo page and as of now it seems that if you have a Zone 1-5 pass it's good for CDG.

http://www.ratp.fr/fr/ratp/c_21137/forfaits-navigo-mois-et-semaine/

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