The CGT, UNSA, SUD and FO unions of the RATP call on the drivers of the RER A and B to strike Thursday, in particular to protest against “Constant managerial pressure” and an “Financial non-recognition”, they announced, Tuesday, January 19.
“In the midst of a health crisis, while employees are mobilized every day in the field, they have the impression of not being heard or respected”, say the four unions in a joint statement. They also protest against the non-respect of internal agreements and a “Growing insecurity” on the network.
At least 50% of trains
According to RATP management, “Traffic will be disrupted on Thursday” on these two lines. The management provides “At least 50% of RER A” in circulation “Over the whole day”. For the RER B, “At least 50%” trains will run, “With two out of three trains” in circulation “In morning and evening rush hours”, we said. The interconnections will be “Insured”.
RATP invites travelers “To learn about the different channels available to them: Ratp.fr, line Twitter accounts, RATP app, information screens ”, as well as with its agents “In stations and stations”.