Good news for travellers.
SNCF traffic is clearly improving this Friday, on the 25th day of the renewable strike against the pension reform within the company.
SNCF Voyageurs announces " almost normal
for the TGV Inoui, Ouigo, Thalys and Eurostar as well as for the TER, and intends to run 80% of its Intercités day and night, a spokesperson said Thursday. AFP.
On the Ile-de-France rail network, the situation will remain similar to that of Thursday, the RER D and line L remaining the most disrupted axes with 2 trains out of 3. The management plans at the same time to run 3 trains out of 4 on average on the RER C and line N. The service will be normal, or almost, on RER A, B and E, as well as on lines H, J, K, P, R, U, T4, T11 and T13.
Also in Ile-de-France, traffic should be normal throughout the RATP network.
The railway unions have called for a renewable strike since March 7, until the government withdraws its pension reform.
The movement is more or less followed, with greater disturbances on days of interprofessional mobilization, such as Tuesday.
Traffic forecasts should be "
" during the weekend of April 1 and 2, according to SNCF Voyageurs.