Par Camille Ducrocq
Published on Jun 23 ’22 at 5:44 PM
Since this Thursday, June 23, 2022, a social movement sharply reduced the frequency of trains on the J-lines et L, which connect Saint-Lazare station in Paris and the west of Île-de-France. The strike will continue on Friday June 24, further disrupting train traffic. If the RER A, C et D were spared by the social movement on Thursday, they will not be tomorrow.
Every other train on lines J and L
On the J-lines et L, every other train will circulate on Friday rush hourset one on three in off-peak hours. Wait times will be extended, up to 1h30 on the branch of Versailles (Yvelines).
Disrupted traffic on RER A
On the side of RER Atraffic will be severely disrupted on the Cergy/Poissy branches.
- On the Cergy branchprovide two out of three trains at peak times and one train per hour at off-peak times.
- On the Poissy branchprovide one in three trains at peak times and one train per hour at off-peak times.
From 9:30 p.m., due to works, there will be no no train between Nanterre Prefecture (Hauts-de-Seine) and Cergy / Poissy. Substitution buses will be set up in Sartrouville for Cergy and Poissy.
Complicated traffic on RER C and D
The social movement also impacts the traffic of RER C. It will be necessary to plan two out of three trains on average across the line. “As far as possible, we recommend that you limit your trips”, indicates the SNCF.
On the RER D, it is the Melun – Paris via Combs-la-Ville, Corbeil-Essonnes – Paris Gare de Lyon via Evry Courcouronnes and Châtelet-les-Halles branches towards the north of the line that will be affected. Rush hour, every other train will run, and one in three trains at off-peak hours.
Here again, the SNCF invites travelers to “limit” travel.
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