End of the transport strike: return to normal life

End of the transport strike: return to normal life

After 46 days of strike in transport, Sunday January 19, there have never been so many trains and subways since the beginning of the protest against the pension reform.

End of the transport strike: return to normal life

The gradual resumption of transport marks the end of a hassle for many Ile-de-France users. This is the case of Gauvin, a 23-year-old student. Living in the Oise, he took a room in Paris to continue his studies in biology. “It is not playable: in the morning we get up earlier, we come home later, we are completely exhausted”, he explains.

He intends to continue pedaling

Another metro regular took an hour and a half to get to work. “It’s pretty appalling. We lost a lot of weight during these forty days ”, specifies the one that has worked enormously. Walking, cycling … Since the start of the strike, residents of Ile-de-France have adapted. A Parisian took out a Vélib ‘subscription in December, he fully intends to continue pedaling, despite the end of the transport strike.