SNCF, for its part, announces an average of three out of five trains on its Ile-de-France network, but nevertheless recommends that its customers postpone their journeys “as far as possible”.
The transport strike resumes in Ile-de-France. Paris region public transport traffic will once again be “Disturbed on the whole network”, Friday January 24, on the occasion of the seventh day of national mobilization against the pension reform, announces the RATP.
The traffic will vary according to the lines and the schedules. Traffic will be normal on lines 1, 14 and 7 bis. The other lines will be more disrupted: some will operate partially but at normal times (2, 4, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11), and others partially and only at variable peak times (3, 3bis, 5, 6, 12, 13).
Three out of four buses
The traffic will be “Slightly disturbed” on the RER A, with four out of five trains during peak hours and three out of five trains during off-peak hours. The traffic will be “disturbed” on the RER B with an average of two out of three trains or one in two, depending on the section of the line. Note that interconnections will be provided.
The tram lines will operate almost normally, except the T3b, which will be “Very disturbed”. The bus network will be “Slightly disturbed” with three out of four buses on average.
SNCF announces for its part an average of three trains out of five on its Paris region network, but still recommends its customers to postpone “As far as possible” their movements.