Designed in 1996 as a signing typeface for RATP, the Paris public transport administration. [Typofonderie] Released for general licensing in 1999. [Klingspor-Museum] Narrow and Compressed widths followed in 2016. [Typofonderie] All widths spans 8 weights. The regular width has italics.
Parisine Plus (1999, not for RATP) is an informal version with many alternates and ligatures.
Parisine Office (2005) is a text version with smaller x-height and optional script-like ligatures.
Parisine Girouette (2012) is an adaptation for LED displays on buses, made for the exclusive use by RATP.