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Nice follows suit.
Failing to have the most packed and turbulent processions in France, the demonstrators in the Alpes-Maritimes continue their mobilization against the pension reform.
The local unions want to multiply the actions punch this week in order to disrupt the local economy.
Monday morning, demonstrators from the CGT Sud Rail blocked access to the logistics and activity park (PAL) in the Saint Isidore district.
More than 40 companies including La Redoute, FedEx, Alcatel-Lucent, GTM, France Colis Express, and UPS are located there.
Spread over 25 hectares, this site is the largest in the Alpes-Maritimes in terms of logistics.
Regarding the supply of service stations, the situation remains tense.
Fifteen are already dry in the department.
Gérard Ré, the secretary general of the local branch of the CGT, had warned on the set of "Sunday in politics" on France 3 that it "was
better to fill up with gas this weekend"
After a departure from the west of the city last Thursday, the Nice procession will return to the city center on Tuesday.
The demonstrators will gather on the forecourt of Nice Ville station at 10 a.m.
They will go through Avenue Jean-Médecin and head towards the port, where they will end their journey.
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No strike at the Lignes d'Azur Network
The three tram lines will run normally on Tuesday in Nice, as will the bus network, unlike last week.
The employees of the Lignes d'Azur manager have not filed a strike notice.
They were over time, explained a CGT official to Le
The procession, which passes through the center, will partially interrupt the service of line 1 in the middle of the morning.
Ditto for certain bus lines which will be diverted while the demonstrators pass.
Still few TER
It is still and always on the TER lines that there will be the most disruption.
They will be
, specifies the SNCF.
Many regional express trains, widely used on the Côte d'Azur to connect the different cities (Cannes, Antibes, Nice and as far as Monaco), will be canceled.
All these modifications will be notified at the end of the day on the SNCF website.
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Disturbances to be expected in the air
The third airport in France, after those of Paris Charles-de-Gaulle and Orly, will be impacted like the others by the national strike movement.
“Risks of flight disruptions and cancellations are to be expected until March 31”
, indicates Nice airport, without further details.
Traffic trends can be found on the Nice Côte d'Azur airport website.