Cultural project by RAPT and Citroën in the Paris metro
Citroën and RAPT (one of the five largest urban transport operators in the world) are back to work together after a satisfactory first experience in the 1980s.
They have in fact launched an unprecedented project for cultural purposes that includes an original set-up of the Javel-André Citroën station, recently inaugurated on line 10 of the Parisian subway.
At the entrance of the station, some information panels tell the story of André Citroën and the neighborhood of Javel, while along the tracks a large panel traces the glories of the Double Chevron with the fundamental dates and photos of the emblematic models.
Another new feature is the three touch screens that allow travelers to access Citroën Origins, the Virtual Museum of the French carmaker.