The SNCF maintains its traffic forecasts for Wednesday with one in three being average, after the start of the railway strike Tuesday in 19 hours, as the RATP, which anticipates a near normal traffic except on the RER B . at the station, forecasts are consistent with those announced Monday. The traffic will thus “greatly disturbed” on Wednesday with an average of one third of trains planned in Ile-de-France, on regional lines and most national TGV lines.
No prediction has however been provided for Tuesday night. The notice filed by the four representative trade unions (CGT, Unsa, CFDT and SUD) to wages, employment and working conditions, runs until Thursday morning at 8:00. Similarly, the train did not release the number of strikers. Asked Tuesday by BFM TV, the number of the CGT railway workers, Gilbert Garrel, said he expects to “extremely tracking movement” , as strike declarations of intent sent by employees “rise in some regions close to 100%” .
Tuesday at 7:30 p.m., RATP was driving almost identical forecasts announced Monday, with normal traffic subway Wednesday “near normal” to the RER A and “slightly disturbed” for bus and tram. A second train will run on the southern portion of the RER B managed by RATP towards Saint-Remy-les-Chevreuse and Robinson, he wrote on his website, regularly updated. However, a slowdown in traffic is expected on the northern portion of the RER B, managed by the SNCF with a train four to Charles de Gaulle Airport terminals / Mitry-Claye. The notice of the CGT and Sud (first and third unions of the RATP) to demand higher wages in 2016 runs until Thursday morning.