Cergy–Préfecture is a railway station in Cergy, France. The station was opened on 31 March 1979 and receives trains from Paris-Saint-Lazare as well as the RER.
The station is underground and has two platforms. The entire area above and around the station is built up and the département council has its offices next to the station. The station is at the heart of a transport interchange at level -1 with the bus station at ground level. Level 1 is a large concrete slab plaza with shops and living apartments.
Cergy–Préfecture only has two platforms, with the platform situated between both tracks. Walls at platform level were painted with graffiti with messages of peace to discourage vandals. The general ambiance of the station is rather dark, but secure but CCTV monitoring the interchange.
Address 3 Square Colombia, Cergy 95000, France
Coordinates 49°2'11.748" N 2°4'46.133" E