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SNCF strike of January 31: here is the list of trains canceled on Tuesday


Nearly 500 trains will be canceled for Tuesday alone, according to SNCF data released on Monday. Here is the list.

Hundreds of trains will not run on Tuesday... Due to a new strike call against the pension reform, SNCF traffic will be severely disrupted in the coming days, as part of the interprofessional mobilization day on Tuesday 31 January against the government's plan.

Le Parisien invites you to find the list of canceled trains here.

In order to extract this list, Le Parisien immersed itself in an official SNCF database indicating on January 27 the trains scheduled for Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday (the strike notice filed by the SNCF running on these days) against those scheduled for Monday, January 30.

In this way, 489 trains are no longer scheduled for circulation on Tuesday, 53 for this day of Monday and 33 for the day of Wednesday.

This does not necessarily mean that the trip is canceled due to the strike, the reason for canceling a train is not specified.

The form below allows you to view this list interactively.

To do this, type a train number or a departure and arrival destination: if the train is displayed (make sure that the number, date and times correspond to the one you are looking for), then the train is canceled ;

if not, it is still expected.

Canceled trains may also not appear if the database has not been updated.

According to the traffic forecasts announced Sunday evening by the SNCF, only 1 train out of 3 on average will circulate on Tuesday on the TGV and Ouigo network.

The company plans two out of five TGVs on the North axis, one out of two in the East as in the South-East, one out of four on the Atlantic arc and two out of five Ouigo.

The situation should be more difficult for regional trains with two TER out of ten on average throughout the territory.

Regional rail traffic will also be very disrupted, with only 1 TER out of 10 on average, and it will be about the same for the Transilien lines and certain RERs, in the Île-de-France region.

This list may still be subject to change.

You should therefore go to the SNCF website to obtain definitive confirmation of the status of your train.

Passengers whose train is canceled are a priori informed in advance by the company.

They are then offered a free exchange, provided that there are still seats on another train, or a refund of the ticket on the means of payment used.

Source: leparis

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