Two days after demonstrations, all over France, against the pension reform, traffic will still be disrupted this Saturday, January 11, for the 38th day of mobilization at the SNCF. It will however be much better than at the beginning of the strike: 80% of TGV will run until Sunday, January 12, announces the railway company.
SNCF specifies that all TGV Inoui and Ouigo available for sale until Thursday January 16 inclusive are guaranteed and visible on the SNCF Assistant, on Oui.sncf and other sales channels.
Travelers with an Inoui, Ouigo or Intercités TGV train ticket can request an exchange or refund before departure, without charge or additional cost, including if they have tickets that were non-exchangeable and non-refundable.
TGV, TER, Transilien, Intercités, RER, international lines ... Find below all the traffic forecasts for the day on Saturday.
TGV: 4 trains out of 5 on average
East axis: 7 trains out of 10.
Atlantic axis: 9 out of 10 trains.
North axis: normal traffic.
South-East axis: 4 trains out of 5.
Intersectors: 3 trains out of 4.
Ouigo: 4 out of 5 trains.
International traffic: little disturbed
Eurostar: 9 out of 10 trains.
Thalys: 9 out of 10 trains.
Lyria: 1 train out of 2.
TGV Inoui to Italy: 2 trains out of 3.
Alleo (to Germany): 2 out of 3 trains.
RENFE-SNCF (to Spain): 1 train out of 2.
Intercity traffic: 2 trains out of 5
Day intercities: 1 train out of 2.
Night intercities: no traffic.
Paris - Clermont-Ferrand: 4 return trips.
Paris - Limoges - Toulouse: 2 round trips to Toulouse, 2 round trips and 1 round trip to Brive-la-Gaillarde.
Bordeaux - Marseille: 3 round trips.
Clermont-Ferrand - Neussargues: 1 round trip.
Toulouse - Tarbes: 1 round trip and 1 round trip.
Clermont-Ferrand - Lyon: no traffic.
Nantes - Bordeaux: no traffic.
Nantes - Tours - Lyon: 1 round trip.
TER: 5 out of 10 circulations on average
As a reminder, exchanges are free of charge and at no additional cost. The SNCF indicates that "if you cannot exchange your ticket, buy a new ticket and request its refund later".
Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes: 6 out of 10 routes, including three by bus.
Bourgogne Franche Comté: 7 out of 10 routes, including one by bus.
Brittany: 8 out of 10 circulations, including one by bus.
Center Val-de-Loire: 6 out of 10 routes.
Grand Est: 5 out of 10 circulations.
Hauts-de-France: 5 out of 10 routes.
Normandy: 6 out of 10 circulations.
New Aquitaine: 3 out of 10 circulations, including one by bus.
Occitanie: 4 out of 10 traffic, including one by bus.
Pays de la Loire: 6 out of 10 routes, including two by bus.
PACA: 5 out of 10 circulations.
Detailed traffic is available on the TER sites in each region.
Line H: 2 trains out of 3 on all axes.
Line J: 1 train out of 2 on average across all branches. Bus on the Conflans - Pontoise - Gisors axis due to works.
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Line K: 1 train out of 2.
Line L: 1 train out of 2 for all the axes. Bus between La Défense - Saint-Cloud and La Défense - Garches due to works.
Line N: 1 train out of 2 on all branches.
Line P: 1 train out of 2 on all branches.
Line R: 1 train in 10.
Line U: No traffic due to work at La Défense.
RER A: 3 trains per hour on the Cergy branch (Poissy is served by Line J). Interconnection is provided at Nanterre Préfecture.
RER B: North: 1 train out of 2 all day. The interconnection is suspended at Gare du Nord.
RER C: 2 trains per hour from 7h to 9h and from 16h to 19h, between Paris-Austerlitz and Brétigny and between Paris-Austerlitz and Massy. 1 train per hour between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m., from Paris-Austerlitz to Brétigny. The other branches are not served. The stations of Ablon, Villeneuve-le-Roi and Athis-Mons are not served in the direction Paris-Austerlitz - Juvisy.
RER D: North: 2 trains out of 5. Trains are terminated at Châtelet origin.
South: 2 out of 5 trains on the Paris Gare de Lyon - Corbeil axis and on the Corbeil star. 1 train out of 3 on the Paris Gare de Lyon - Melun axis all day.
Interconnection is suspended at Paris Gare de Lyon.
RER E: 1 train out of 2 on average across all branches.
Tram 4: frequency of 12 minutes.
Tram 11: normal service.