Traffic should still be difficult on the rails this Wednesday, the day after a third day of action against the government's project after those of January 19 and 31.
The CGT railwaymen and Sud Rail had indeed voted on February 1 for the continuation of the movement of Tuesday for one more day.
The SNCF is once again announcing disruptions on the TGV, TER, Transilien and Intercités networks and recommends that travelers cancel or postpone their planned trips that day.
We take stock.
ℹ️ Tuesday 7 Feb.
2023, traffic will be severely disrupted on all of our lines: TRANSILIEN, TER, TGV (INOUI, OUIGO, international), INTERCITES.
If possible, we recommend that you cancel or postpone your planned trips for that day.
– SNCF Voyageurs (@SNCFVoyageurs) February 5, 2023
Two TGV maintained out of three
On the high-speed network and Ouigo side, two out of three trains will be maintained on average.
2 out of 3 trains
will run on the North TGV Inoui axis, traffic will be almost normal on the East axis,
1 out of 2
for the Atlantic axis,
3 out of 5
for the South-East axis.
Two out of three trains
will be in circulation for the Ouigos, and
3 out of 5 trains
will be able to leave from province to province.
TER and Intercities
For regional trains, the SNCF announces that
one out of two trains
will be in circulation.
For daytime Intercités also, almost one in two trains will run.
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However, no night
trains will run.
Regarding Eurostar trains, traffic will be normal.
On Thalys trains, it will be “slightly disturbed”.
On the other hand,
only three out of five Lyria trains
will be available.
The other international connections will have
4 out of 5 trains on
Whether they have reserved a seat in a TGV, a TER or an Intercity, travelers whose train is canceled will be informed by email or SMS this Tuesday, specifies the company.
Concerning Saturday, February 11, the four representative unions of the SNCF (CGT Cheminots, CFDT Cheminots, SUD Rail, Unsa Ferroviaire) decided to simply call for a demonstration and not a strike, to the great relief of the inhabitants of zones A and B whose winter holidays start on that day.