The SNCF plans for Wednesday a traffic still disturbed although stable compared to the last days on the main lines, the TER and in Île-de-France, she indicated this Tuesday.
The railway company has known for two weeks a renewable strike of its agents against the pension reform.
This entered its third week on Tuesday.
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In detail, SNCF Voyageurs plans to maintain Wednesday more than 4 TGV out of 5 (Inoui and Ouigo), 2 TER out of 3 on national average, 3 Intercités day out of 5. On the other hand, no Intercités de nuit will run.
On the Ile-de-France rail network, train traffic will also remain disrupted, the most affected line still being the SNCF part of the RER B (in the north) with 1 train out of 2. Management plans to run 2 trains out of 3 on average on RER C and lines J, L, and U, and 3 out of 5 trains on RER D and line R.
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Renewable strike since March 7
Three quarters of the scheduled trains will be maintained on the RER E as well as on the N and P lines, and 80% on the H. Still in Île-de-France, the RATP expects normal traffic except on its part of the RER B ( to the south), with 2 out of 3 trains.
The unions have called for a renewable strike since March 7, until the withdrawal of the text of the pension reform, adopted Monday in Parliament after recourse to article 49.3 of the Constitution.
A day of massive mobilization is also planned for Thursday, the day chosen by the trade union confederations for a new day of strikes and interprofessional demonstrations.