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SNCF strike: TGV, TER, Transilien, RER ... traffic forecasts for this Wednesday, January 15


The mobilization against the pension reform continues for the 42nd day in a row. If train traffic improves, di

Better, but still no return to normal at SNCF, while this Wednesday marks the 42nd day of mobilization against the pension reform. The SNCF announces that 8 TER out of 10 will run, 25% more than last week.

Another novelty: the continuity of line B is restored with the RATP, which allows a crossing of Paris without interruption. TGV traffic on the East, Atlantic, North and Ouigo axes is now almost no longer affected by the strike: 9 out of 10 will circulate.

It must be said that the rate of strikers reached its lowest level on Monday since the start of the movement within the railway company. As of Tuesday, 6% of officers were on strike. Among them, almost 25% of drivers. TGV, Intercités, Transilien or TER, find below all the traffic forecasts for this Wednesday.

TGV: 8 trains out of 10 on average

East axis: almost normal traffic.

Atlantic axis: 9 out of 10 trains.

North axis: normal traffic.

South-East axis: 3 trains out of 5.

Intersectors: 6 out of 10 trains.

Ouigo: almost normal traffic.

International traffic: traffic very little disturbed

Eurostar: normal traffic.

Thalys: almost normal traffic.

Lyria: 7 out of 10 trains.

TGV Inoui to Italy: 2 trains out of 3.

Alleo (to Germany): 4 out of 5 trains.

RENFE-SNCF (to Spain): 1 train out of 2.

Intercity traffic: 1 train out of 2

Day intercities: 1 train out of 2.

Night intercities: no traffic.

Detailed forecast:

Paris - Clermont-Ferrand: 5 return trips.

Paris - Limoges - Toulouse: 6 return trips.

Bordeaux - Marseille: 3 round trips.

Clermont-Ferrand - Neussargues: 1 round trip.

Nantes - Bordeaux: no traffic.

Nantes - Tours - Lyon: 2 return trips.

Toulouse - Hendaye: 3 round trips.

TER: 8 out of 10 trains

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".

The Transiliens: 7 out of 10 trains

Line H: 2 trains out of 3 on all axes.

Line J: 2 trains out of 3 on average.

Line K: 4 out of 5 trains across Paris all along the line.

Line L: normal service.

Line N: 3 trains out of 4 for all axes.

Line P: 2 trains out of 3 on average, with the Esbly-Crécy branch in normal service and 1 train out of 2 on the Paris East-Château-Thierry axis.

Line R: 1 train out of 2. Only the Champagne-sur-Seine station is served on the Héricy branch (3 round trips).

Line U: 3 trains out of 4.


RER A: 1 train on 2 on average all day.

RER B: 1 train on 2 on average. Interconnection is restored at Paris-Nord station.

RER C: 3 trains out of 5 on average, all branches are served.

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RER D: 3 trains out of 5 on average.

RER E: 4 trains out of 5 on average. The Haussmann-Tournan axis is in normal service.


Tram 4: frequency of 12 minutes.

Tram 11: normal service.

Source: leparis

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