The SNCF unions have decided not to call a strike this Saturday, February 11.
They content themselves at this stage with a call to demonstrate and enjoin the railway workers "to participate in the demonstrations throughout the territory".
With the exception of Ile-de-France and Occitanie, most of the country will be on holiday on Saturday, the first day off for zone B and the middle of the winter holidays for zone A. The unions have decided not to penalize travelers and denounce "the demagogic controversies over the right to strike" launched according to them by the government.
One out of two TGVs this Tuesday
The situation, on the other hand, should be quite different this Tuesday, February 7, since the traffic forecasts announced by the rail group show one TGV in two on average.
In detail, 2 out of 5 trains will run on the North TGV Inoui axis, 1 out of 2 will be available on the East axis, 1 out of 3 for the Atlantic axis, 2 out of 5 for the South-East axis.
Two trains out of five will be in circulation for the Ouigos, and 2 trains out of 5 will be able to leave from province to province.
TER and Intercités traffic will also be severely disrupted.