Strike at the SNCF: 2 TGV out of 3, 1 TER out of 2… traffic forecasts for Thursday March 16
The renewable strike announced by the railway unions until the government renounces its pension reform project continues to affect rail transport throughout the country. Train traffic will be further disrupted on Thursday March 16, indicates the SNCF. Find in detail, all the disruptions for the day of March 16.
SNCF Voyageurs plans 2 TGV Inoui and Ouigo out of 3.
Regional trains will still be affected by the strike throughout the country. Count 1 train out of 2 on average. “The details of the regional transport plans will be communicated by SNCF Voyageurs in each of the regions”, specifies the SNCF.
The strike movement will also disrupt the Intercités network. For Thursday, the SNCF plans 3 Intercités out of 5 on average. No night trains will run.
RER A : on average 3 trains out of 4. Interconnection maintained at Nanterre Prefecture
RER B : on average 1 train out of 2. Interconnection maintained at Gare du Nord
RER C : on average 2 out of 3 trains
RER D: 2 trains out of 5 on average, interconnection suspended between Châtelet les Halles and Paris Gare de Lyon, no train between these two stations Trains run between Châtelet les Halles and Creil, between Paris Gare de Lyon and Melun Corbeil-Essonnes via Évry-Courcouronnes , and only at peak times between Corbeil Essonnes and Malesherbes.
RER E : 3 trains out of 4
H-line : plan 2 out of 3 trains
J-Line : plan 2 trains 3
K-line : normal to almost normal service
L-line : plan 2 out of 3 trains
Line N : plan 2 out of 3 trains
P-line : plan 3 trains out of 4 and 1 train out of 2 between Meaux and La Ferté-Milon and normal service between Esbly and Crécy-la-Chapelle.
R-line : plan 2 trains out of 5 on average and trains run only between Paris Gare de Lyon and Montargis/Montereau via Moret.
U-line : normal to almost normal service