Several unions have called for a day of mobilization, this Thursday, September 29, against the pension reform and in favor of the increase in wages.
Several sectors of activity will therefore be affected.
takes stock of the disruptions that the French will encounter.
Disruptions in schools
Participation in the day of strikes and demonstrations promises to be quite high in the primary, according to the Snuipp-FSU, the first union of the first degree.
Nearly 20% will be on strike, with a strong disparity: 40% in Paris with 10% of schools closed, 48% in Seine-Saint-Denis.
In the Bouches-du-Rhône, 300 schools will be closed.
However, many preschools and primary schools will remain open.
Indeed, since 2008, a minimum service has been provided for, even in the event of a strike.
In addition, striking nursery and primary school teachers are required to declare themselves 48 hours in advance.
Many parents have therefore already been notified on Tuesday.
In college and high school, it is more complex to anticipate the extent of the movement.
Indeed, teachers are not obliged to declare in advance that they will strike.
But some teachers' unions have already announced their mobilization, such as the Snes FSU, which presents itself as the most representative union of the secondary sector.
The CGT des Services Publics also calls on the Atsem (territorial agents present in the classes of nursery schools) to move forward.
Services such as school catering, extracurricular activities and crèches could therefore be impacted.
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Finally, concerning the university, several collectives and associations of higher education call to join the movement to denounce in particular the condition of temporary teachers.
Transport in Île-de-France affected
In Ile-de-France, the situation will be normal in the metro, with the exception of lines 6 and 8 with the circulation of 9 trains out of 10. For its part, the RER A will not be affected.
Traffic will be intact on the RER E, the K, L, P and U transiliens as well as the T4, T11 and T13 trams.
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Conversely, RER B traffic will be “
disturbed with an average of 3 out of 4 trains on the southern part of the line and 1 out of 2 trains on its northern part.
No change of train in Gare du Nord
“, is it specified on the site of the SNCF.
RER C and transilien H traffic will also be disrupted on the entire line with 3 trains out of 4. Traffic is expected to be "
" on lines D, N and R with 1 train out of 2. Also plan only 2 trains out of 3 for line J.
The bus network will also be affected by the social movement, with two out of three buses and “
some very disrupted lines
For their part, the Noctilien lines will run without difficulty.
Finally, traffic on the tram network will be almost normal, with, on average, “
9 trams out of 10
Only line T3a, which connects the Garigliano bridge to Porte de Vincennes, will stop at Porte d'Ivry, "
with 1 out of 2 trams
Transport outside Île-de-France concerned
In the regions, 6 out of 10 trains will run.
According to the SNCF, traffic will be "
" in the South-East and in the Atlantic.
But the traffic will be “
” on the lines in the North and East of France.
On the Ouigo side, 3 out of 4 trains will be required. For day Intercity trains, 1 out of 2 trains will run but no night Intercity trains will run.
Customers are invited to find out about the circulation of their train on the SNCF app and on their TER site
", specified the SNCF.
Internationally, Thalys and Eurostar traffic will not be disrupted, nor will links with Italy and Germany.
The Lyria, which provides connections with Switzerland, will experience almost normal traffic, and connections to Spain will be “
Finally, maritime traffic could also be impacted since the national federation of ports and docks CGT has called for mobilization over a period of 4 hours.
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Public services impacted
Civil servants are also called upon to participate in this strike movement.
Town halls, tax centers and post offices may therefore be affected.
The health sector is also called upon to mobilize.
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