Following a social movement, train traffic will be disrupted on Monday, June 21 on certain lines of the Transilien network.
It will take 1 train out of 2 on lines J, L and U with service to all axes, 1 tram out of 2 during rush hour on the T4 and 1 tram out of 4 off peak (from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. and from 20 hours).
But also 1 train out of 3 on line N, and those of the RER C and E, with service to all axes, 1 train out of 3 on the RER D with suspended interconnection between Châtelet and Gare de Lyon.
The service to stations from Corbeil for Juvisy via Ris-Orangis, Malesherbes and Melun is provided by bus.
There will be 1 train out of 3 on line P, service to stations between Esbly and Crécy-la-Chapelle and between Meaux and La Ferté-Milon is provided by bus.
And 1 in 3 trains also on line R, between Melun and Montargis.
Service to the stations between Melun and Montereau via Moret is provided by TER.
The service to the stations between Melun and Montereau via Héricy is provided by bus.
Traffic will be normal on lines H and K, RER A and B and the T11 express tram.
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The SNCF invites people who plan to travel by train in Île-de-France on Monday to postpone their trip as far as possible.
Those who cannot postpone their trip are invited to check the train timetables before going to the station on the Île-de-France Mobilités application, "Timetables" section, or on the Transilien.com site, "Next departures" section. .
The schedules of the route planner take these disturbances into account from this Sunday, from 5 p.m.