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While the pension reform was adopted on Monday by the National Assembly via article 49-3, the social movement continues in Lyon.
A demonstration which already promises to be rather followed, according to our information and whose scale could evolve according to the announcements of the President of the Republic Emmanuel Macron this Wednesday on the television news at 1 p.m.
131 schools concerned and 127 canteens
Also, many schools in Lyon will be impacted by this movement.
In all, 131 nursery and elementary schools out of 208 in Lyon will be affected.
Among these, 102 school restaurants will not open this Thursday, 25 schools will provide lunch reception in the form of cold picnics provided by parents.
In addition, with regard to extracurricular activities, morning nurseries are closed in 15 schools, after-school after-school reception will be closed in 45 schools and those at the end of the afternoon in 43 schools.
The complete list of the establishments concerned is available on the website of the city of Lyon.
Lyon public transport will be less impacted according to forecasts.
All metro lines and funiculars will run normally.
On the tram side, lines T1, T5, T6 and T7 will run normally.
Line T2 will run with a frequency of 7 minutes, line T3 will run with a frequency of 9 minutes and line T4 will run with a frequency of 7 minutes.
Finally with regard to buses, the following lines C26, 15, 25, 63, 79, 80, 81, 86 and 88 will run with a reduced frequency.
Line C12 will only run between “Hôpital Feyzin Vénissieux” and “Jean Macé” and lines C6E and C15E will not run.
All other lines will run normally.
Cancellations at Lyon Saint-Exupéry airport
On the Lyon airport side, around fifteen flights have already been announced as “cancelled”.
It is strongly advised to inquire with your company if you have decided to travel by plane this Thursday.
Traffic "very strongly disturbed" in the TER
Finally, concerning the TER in the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region, the SNCF is already announcing that traffic will be very severely disrupted this Thursday and recommends to travelers who can cancel or postpone their planned trips tomorrow.
The impact of the strike movement on the various regional lines can be viewed on the SNCF website.