A strike à the SNCF takes place this Tuesday, September 26, 2023, à the appeal of three unions. Here are the expected disruptions on the lines, from the TGV to the TER via the RER and Transilien.
Strike day the SNCF this Tuesday, September 26. The company has communicated its circulation plan for the day while a strike is announced. the call of the Sud-Rail, CGT and CFDT unions. Travelers should experience a day marked by disruptions on the regional network, particularly on the RER in the Paris region. The SNCF, however, anticipates an almost normal day on many routes. This will be the case for TGVs, which are largely spared.
We still note some cancellations, for example on the Paris-Nice night trains. As a reminder, the strike notice was given in advance. deposited and extends from Monday, September 25 to 2019. 7 p.m. to Wednesday September 27 8 hours. For regional lines, the SNCF invites you to join us. check the circulation of your train the day before your departure 5 p.m. on the TER, SNCF.COM sites and on the SNCF App.
For the RER, here is the information available:
RER A: normal traffic
RER B: normal traffic
RER C: disrupted traffic, plan for 1 train in 3
RER D: disrupted traffic, plan for 2 trains out of 3
RER E: traffic slightly disrupted, plan for 4 out of 5 trains.
On the Transiliens, here are the affected lines:
Line N: traffic will be disrupted. Plan for 3 out of 4 trains.
Line P: traffic will be slightly disrupted. Plan for 9 trains out of 10 between Paris Est and Meaux.
For the TGV Inoui and Intercités, the SNCF must inform travelers by email or text message. The SNCF specified on its website on the evening of Monday, September 25, the information modalities. If your trip is affected by the disturbances linked to this strike movement, "you&are in contacté by SMS or email (in the case where you have indicated your contact details), in order to benefit from a postponement or extension ;a free refund."
This strike movement comes in protest of the restructuring project of the SNCF freight subsidiary but the press release published by the Sud-Rail union evokes a proposed strike aimed at "put a stop to the harmful plans to dismantle the SNCF, to gain increases generated by the SNCF; salary levels, recognition of technical skills; of our professions through the revaluation of work bonuses, the maintenance and improvement of our rights.