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A potential Black Thursday in Bordeaux.
While the mobilization against the pension reform officially begins Thursday everywhere in France, several disturbances are to be expected in the Gironde capital, between closed schools and disrupted transport.
At the same period in 2020, around 10,000 (according to the police) to 70,000 people (according to the inter-union) had beaten the pavement in Bordeaux.
Route of the event
The start of this demonstration against the project defended by the government will take place at noon on the Place de la République.
The walk will go up Cours d'Albert to Place Gambetta, then Cours Clemenceau to Place Tourny, before branching off towards the quays via the Allées de Tourny.
After following the Garonne to the Porte de Bourgogne, the demonstrators will go up the Cours Victor Hugo to go to Place de la Victoire, before returning to Place de la République to end the march.
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" in transport, announced by Clément Beaune, will also affect Bordeaux.
The network should be strongly affected by this mobilization.
The frequency of trams announced is about 7 minutes 30 and some bus lines will not run (vine 12, lines 20,26, 28, 29, 64, 67 and 87).
Transports Bordeaux Métropole specifies that these are forecasts, being “
not yet able to estimate the impact of this national strike on our traffic
TBM therefore specifies that “
tram interruptions and bus diversions as the procession moves are to be expected
On the SNCF side, the TGVs as well as the TERs of Nouvelle-Aquitaine should also be greatly disrupted by this social movement.
The SNCF invites you to cancel or postpone your trip and to check the circulation of trains on the SNCF site or applications.
On the Atlantic axis of the SNCF, only 20% of the trains should
strike in schools
The situation will be complicated in Bordeaux schools on Thursday.
For now, forty schools have announced that they will be closed entirely.
About two-thirds of morning care will not be provided in kindergartens and there will be no lunchtime catering service in most establishments.
The town hall of Bordeaux has set up a table on its site with the details of “
the currently known situation
”, school by school.