Pensions: transport, refineries, garbage collectors… update on the disruptions this Monday

Pensions: transport, refineries, garbage collectors… update on the disruptions this Monday

While Olivier Véran hammered this Monday morning that the executive will not “renounce” the text, opponents of the pension reform are for some engaged in a seventh day of mobilization. If the protest has weakened since the strike of March 7, certain sectors, such as refineries and transport are still impacted.

Improvements in transport

Train traffic is “significantly improving”, but remains disrupted on most lines, SNCF management said on Sunday. Three out of five Inoui and Ouigo TGVs are expected to run and traffic will be “severely disrupted” at the regional level, with one out of two TER trains on average. Details to be found here.

On the RATP side, traffic is almost normal in the metro, still disrupted on the RER and the Transilien. “The bus, tram and Orlyval networks have been operating normally as they have for several days”, added the RATP on Sunday, in its forecast for this Monday.

Refineries still blocked

The strike continues in several refineries, notably that of Esso-ExxonMobil in Fos-sur-Mer and PétroIneos in Lavera (Bouches-du-Rhône). On the other hand, uncertainty weighs on the continuation of the movement in that of TotalEnergies in Normandy, the largest in France, and that of Feyzin (Rhône).

This Monday morning, the CGT Mines Energie 44 organized a snail operation between Nantes and Rennes, led by 120 to 150 strikers, according to France Bleu. The radio also noted the establishment filter dams, in the Blayais nuclear power plant, as well as another, in front of a shopping center in Bègles.

The trash cans are piling up

In the meantime, mounds of garbage cans piled up in several cities in France. In Paris, 5,400 tonnes of waste remained uncollected on Sunday, according to the town hall. The collection strike and the blocking of the three incinerators are voted on at least until Wednesday. In Nantes, according to France Bleuthe metropolis recommends that residents no longer take out their garbage cans.

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