Asnières-sur-Seine is a commune in the Hauts-de-Seine department and Île-de-France region of north-central France. It lies on the left bank of the River Seine, some eight kilometres from the center of Paris in the north-western suburbs of the French capital. The commune was previously known as just Asnières, but in 1968 it was renamed Asnières-sur-Seine to distinguish it from other French communes also called Asnières.
There are three metro stations in Asnières-sur-Seine, all on Paris Métro Line 13: Gabriel Péri, Les Agnettes, and Les Courtilles, the last being the terminus of the line. Line 1 of the Île-de-France tramway also serves the metro station at Les Courtilles, connecting it to Noisy-le-Sec. There’s also a train service which serves the Asnières-sur-Seine station, and a number of bus routes (lines 140, 165, 175, 177, and 276), which connect Asnières to its neighbouring communes.
Traffic and parking in Asnières is quite hectic. Most of the traffic is on the banks of the Seine around the city. The crossing of the Asnières bridge is extremely crowded and slow during peak hours. The city has very few parking spaces, and garages and private parking spaces are scarce and expensive.
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