Return to normal life.
The traffic in Île-de-France of the RER D and J, L, R lines of the SNCF “
will be severely disrupted
” Monday, the day of the train drivers' strike, the group warned on Twitter on Thursday.
The railway company advises travelers to "
" their journeys.
These first traffic forecasts are published while the drivers of RER and suburban trains will still be able to declare themselves strikers on Friday and Saturday.
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They are called to stop work by several unions because "
the cup is full
", protests in a SUD-Rail leaflet, joined along the lines by the CGT, Unsa and CFDT.
Monday, the "
" of the drivers "will be
expressed in a coordinated and massive way
" on "
" of Transilien (public transport network in Île-de-France), warns SUD-Rail in another leaflet.
Demands on opening up to competition
This call to strike relays demands that may vary depending on the line, but their common point, "
is the opening up to competition
" and the reorganizations already made in view of future calls for tenders, according to Fabien Dumas, secretary Federal of SUD-Rail. "
Nothing is done to reassure us, there is no guarantee for the railway workers,
" he denounced.
The unions of the different lines have decided "
all on the same day
" to hamper the replacement of strikers by other drivers, explained Fabien Villedieu of SUD-Rail. "
Even if there are very local demands
", which can change "
depending on the deposits, behind all that
", there is "
the opening to competition
", he added.