SNCF strike, RER and Transilien traffic disrupted

The circulation of RER and Transiliens will be disrupted in Île-de-France from this Wednesday evening and until Friday morning due to a national interprofessional social movement.

The CGT Cheminot and Sud Rail are calling for a strike following the failure of wage negotiations at the SNCF and are joining a national interprofessional movement. “The CGT and Sud Rail Federations demand the immediate reopening of wage negotiations for permanent and general increases“, can we read in a press release.

They denounce the deterioration of working conditions due to the drop in staff and demand the resumption of wage negotiations, the maintenance of the rights of the special regime and more staff.

According to the SNCF, traffic will be only slightly impacted. Here are the traffic forecasts in Île-de-France. They are to be found on thee SNCF website.

►RER A : 3 out of 4 trains on average

►RER B : 1 train out of 3 on the northern part of the line / 2 trains out of 3 on the southern part. The interconnection will not be provided at the Châtelet-les Halles RER station.

►RER C : 3 trains out of 4

►RER D : 7 out of 10 trains on average

►RER E : 9 out of 10 trains on average

►Ligne H : 3 trains out of 4.

►No train between Pontoise and Creil. Setting up a bus service

►Line J and L : normal service adapted

At the RATP, there will be no planned disruptions with the exception of a few bus lines.

The main lines could also be impacted by the strike movement.

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