SNCF strike: TGV, RER, Transilien… forecasts for this Thursday, September 29

The CGT, FSU, Solidaires and youth organizations call this Thursday for a day of strike and demonstration, on retirement and purchasing power. In this context, train traffic will be disrupted. The service will be normal on RER A and E, as well as on lines K, L, P and U, and tram lines T4, T11 and T13.

On the other hand, we must expect disruptions elsewhere: there will be 3 trains out of 4 on RER C and line H, 2 trains out of 3 on line J, 1 train out of 2 on RER D and lines N and R. But also 1 out of 2 trains north of line B and 3 out of 4 trains south of the line.

In the region, there will be 6 trains out of 10 on average on the TER. Traffic will be almost normal on the TGV Nord and Est, but slightly disrupted in the Atlantic and in the South-East. It will be necessary to plan 1 train out of 2 on average on the Intercités during the day, and no night traffic. As for the Ouigo, 3 out of 4 trains will run.

Internationally, Eurostar and Thalys traffic will not be disrupted, nor will connections to Germany and Italy. The Lyria (towards Switzerland) will experience almost normal traffic, and connections to Spain will be slightly disrupted.

The day before, the RATP had published its traffic forecasts. Metro traffic will be normal, while some bus lines will be heavily affected.


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