Traffic will be “very disrupted” on Tuesday on the RER network, with an average of one in two trains on lines A and B, for the tenth day of mobilization against the pension reform, the RATP announced on Sunday.
In the Paris metro, disturbances should be less than last week, even if the majority of lines will experience reductions in the frequency of passage of trains and/or timetable restrictions.
Favor teleworking or postpone your trips
No station closures are planned due to the strike. In addition to lines 1 and 14 (automated), lines 3 bis, 7 bis and 9 will operate normally. But some metro lines will close earlier than usual.
Traffic is also announced as “normal” for buses and trams.
The RATP invites all travelers who have the possibility to favor teleworking or to postpone their trips.