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Strike on Tuesday January 31: metro, RER, bus… line-by-line forecasts in Île-de-France


The union's call for a new day of mobilization this Tuesday will again be followed at the RATP and the SNCF, which will have many

Another "dark day" to be expected for users of Ile-de-France transport.

The RATP and the SNCF unveiled this Sunday their traffic forecasts for this Tuesday, January 31, where a national mobilization is planned at the call of the unions to protest against the pension reform and the postponement of the legal age of departure.

After a first day of mobilization on January 19 which had largely disrupted traffic, this Tuesday promises to be very difficult.

Clément Beaune, the Minister of Transport, said earlier this Sunday that a "difficult or even very difficult day" was to be expected for travel.

The RATP “invites all travelers who have the possibility to favor teleworking or to postpone their trips on the network that day”.

Indeed, in the metro, many lines will only be open at peak times and with slow traffic.

Between 7.30 a.m.-9.30 a.m. and 4.30-7.30 p.m., count one train in three for

lines 7 and 7 bis

, one train in four for line


and one train in two for line



Other lines will only be open for a part, at peak times and with a reduced number of trains.



will be open from Pont de Levallois – Bécon to Havre – Caumartin, with one in three trains.



will be open from Bobigny – Pablo Picasso to Gare du Nord, with one in three trains.

The very popular

line 8

will be open from Créteil – Pointe du Lac to Reuilly – Diderot, with one in three trains.

The 11

must be open from Belleville to Mairie des Lilas, with one train in three in the morning and one train in five in the afternoon.

For line 13, it will be accessible from Saint-Denis University / Les Courtilles (Asnières) to Invalides, with one train out of three.


line 6

, it will be open from Nation to Denfert-Rochereau only during extended peak hours (6:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.), with one train out of three.

More complicated for

line 10

with one in three trains on the whole line but only in the morning.


3 bis

will be closed.

One in three trains for RER A and B


for buses and trams

, the RATP predicts that traffic will be slightly disrupted on the surface network with eight out of ten buses.

The same for trams.

On the


, it is planned to maintain one train out of three for RER A and RER B (interconnection suspended at Paris Nord station, change of train at Paris Nord station).

It will be much more complicated for lines C, D and E. On line C, no traffic is planned between Invalides and Pontoise/Saint-Quentin en Yvelines/Versailles Rive Gauche.

For RER D users, the interconnection between Châtelet and Gare de Lyon is suspended, there will be no trains between Châtelet and Gare de Lyon.

For the Transiliens, count one train in three for lines H and U, one train in four for K and only one train in ten for lines J, L, N, P and R (no traffic between Melun and Montereau via Héricy ).

SNCF traffic very seriously disrupted

SNCF plans to maintain only one out of three TGVs (InOui and OUIGO) at the national level.

On the northern axis, there will be 2/5 InOui, 1/2 for the eastern axis, 1/4 on the Atlantic axis and 1/2 for journeys to and from the southeast.

Two out of five OUIGOs will circulate.

For travel between regions, the SNCF anticipates 1/3 TGV.

Intercités traffic will be very severely degraded with no traffic planned, except for a round trip for the Paris-Clermont, Paris-Limoges-Toulouse and Bordeaux-Marseille lines.

The Intercités will not run overnight from Monday to Tuesday but also from Tuesday to Wednesday.

Only two out of ten TERs will run, the SNCF inviting users to find out about the SNCF application and the TER site.

For international trains, if the Eurostar and the Thalys should experience almost normal traffic, it will be severely disrupted for Lyria trains and with 1/4 train for other links abroad.

Galvanized by the success of their first mobilization against the pension reform, the unions are calling for new massive demonstrations, but the Prime Minister was firm this Sunday on the postponement of the retirement age which is "no longer negotiable ".

“It is no longer negotiable, retirement at 64,” said Élisabeth Borne on Franceinfo.

"This is the compromise that we proposed after having heard the employers' and trade union organizations, after having exchanged with the various parliamentary groups (…) It is necessary to ensure the balance of the system", she explained in margin of a visit to his constituency of Calvados.

The examination of the bill must begin this Monday in committee.

Source: leparis

All news articles on 2023-01-29

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