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The inhabitants of the commune are known as Albertivillariens or Albertivillariennes. Aubervilliers is one of three communes in the Plaine Saint-Denis , 7. The Canal Saint-Denis traverses the commune on the western side from north to south. Aubervilliers is a commune close to Paris and has numerous means of transport including: the A86 autoroute from L'Ile-Saint-Denis in the west to Drancy in the east with Exit 9 on the northern border of the commune, Route nationale N from Stains in the north and joining the Paris ring road in the south, the D20 from Gennevilliers in the west, the D27 from Bobigny in the east, and the D from Pantin in the south-east.
These roads provide easy access to the network of roads and motorways around Paris as well as Le Bourget and Charles de Gaulle airports. The RER railway passes through the north of the commune and the station of Corneuve-Aubervilliers, located just north of the commune on the N road, serves Aubervilliers.
Longwy steelworks near the Canal Saint-Denis in the early 20th century. In the early 20th century industrial activity generated workers' organisations such as this co-operative store. The town is mentioned in the Latinised form Albertivillare in The place name of -villiers a variant of -villier , -villers , -viller , coming from the Low Latin villare , derived from villa - progressively meaning "farm", "village", then "town" is a characteristic appellative for agricultural domains in the Merovingian and Carolingian periods.
The first part is the Germanic personal name Adalbertus from which are derived the names Albert English form and Aubert French form and also became a surname. It is homonymous with a hamlet in Seine-et-Marne, Aubervilliers, and Auberville in Normandy the others are explained by the Old Norse personal name Osbern giving Auber , the name of a Norman family.
As with many communes in the outer suburbs the town had long been a rural area. Formerly known as Notre-Dame-des-Vertus , the village was on a plain which produced the best vegetables around Paris. Aubervilliers first appears in the archives in as Albertivillare , meaning "estate of Adalbert".