The pass of 10. A new day of social action against the pension reform is scheduled for Tuesday and will be followed in Lyon.
A new demonstration is planned in the city center.
The procession will set off at 1 p.m. from the Manufacture des tabacs, in the 8th arrondissement, towards Place Bellecour, via the Cours Gambetta and the Guillotière bridge, according to the usual route.
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On the rail, few trains will run on regional lines.
"Traffic should be severely disrupted"
, announces the SNCF without giving further details.
This should be the case for the Lyon TERs, some of which are already not running on Monday.
Users are invited to consult the timetables for their lines, which will be updated at 5 p.m. this Monday on the SNCF website.
On the public transport side,
the TCL announce a “very slightly disturbed” network
The metro and funicular lines will thus run normally, as will the tram lines T1, T5, T6 and T7.
The other tram lines will run with reduced frequencies.
Ditto for bus lines 14, 15 and 63 as well as some school lines.
The S1 line which crosses the Presqu'île will not run.
The situation is tense in petrol stations
If no request to reduce air traffic has been made at this time at Lyon Saint-Exupéry airport, according to its management, flights will nevertheless be disrupted.
"We are dependent on what is happening elsewhere, with movements in Bordeaux, Marseille or Paris"
, we are told.
About fifteen departing flights are thus canceled, in the direction of Bordeaux and Marseille but also abroad.
At the Feyzin refinery, the blocking of shipments continues, while tension begins to be felt at certain service stations.
The storage tanks having been filled to the maximum, production is now at a standstill.
Finally, navigation on the Rhône is also still disrupted by the blockage of the Reventin Vaugris lock, which prevents boats from connecting the river ports of Lyon and Marseille.