Monday, March 7, 2016

SNCF strikes -RATP: what to expect from on Tuesday evening – Le Figaro

Traffic will be disrupted SNCF to 19h Tuesday, March 8 at 8:00 Thursday, March 10, due to the strike call of four representative trade unions at SNCF – CGT, UNSA railway, SUD Rail and CFDT.
On Transilien, a train will travel on average 3, 2 of 3 trains on the RER A, 1 set of 4 on the northern part of the RER B, 1 set of 2 over the south of the RER B, 1 3 train on the RER C, D, E and J lines, L, P and R and 1 set of 4 on the N line, limited in Plaisir-Grignon.
Regarding TGV, SNCF plans 2 1 TGV on the East axis, TGV 1 of 3 axes on the North Atlantic and South East TGV and 1 of 3 Province-province.
80% of Eurostar trains will run and the service will be normal on the Thalys.
region intercity day will travel at a rate of 3 out of 10 trains on average while no intercity train night work. For B regions, the traffic will be disrupted on all regions with 1 circulation of 3 on average.
Regarding the RATP metro traffic will be normal. Traffic on the RER A is virtually normal. The interconnection will be provided in Nanterre-Prefecture station for Cergy trains. However, travelers from the Poissy branch are invited to take their train in Gare Saint-Lazare.
As for the RER B, a second train will run between Gare du Nord, Saint Rémy, Palaiseau and Robinson. “It will be necessary to change the Gare du Nord train,” warns the RATP.

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For users of buses and trams, traffic will be “somewhat disturbed,” the RATP, which does not give more details.


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