Monday 17 February strike: should we expect a dark day in transport?

This Monday, February 17, 2020 promises to be particularly delicate in transport: five unions of the RATP and the SNCF have indeed called for a massive strike while the deputies will begin to study the pension reform.

Can we expect another dark day in transport Monday, February 17? The forecasts of the SNCF and the RATP will not be known before Saturday 15 or Sunday 16. But the Parisians and the Ile-de-France residents, as well as all the French who intend to travel by train on Monday, must expect great difficulties on the metros, RER, Transilien and more generally on all French rails.
Teleworking, walking, carpooling or traveling by vélib and scooter will certainly be preferred on this day.
The RATP unions Unsa, SUD, FO and Solidaires, as well as FO-Cheminots have indeed decided to call for another day of massive strike action in transport. Objective: maintain pressure on the government, while the pension reform bill is due to arrive before the deputies on Monday 17.

Interprofessional strike day Thursday, February 20
FO-railroaders thus hopes “ reproduce the force of the strike that started on December 5 “And paralyzed a large part of Parisian transport for several weeks:” A dead day in transport with the SNCF-RATP call unit makes sense to remind this government that it is still not! To the pension reform. The union also announced in a press release that it intended to engage in the day of interprofessional mobilization on Thursday, February 20.

To find out the status of the bus, metro and RER network, go to our RATP traffic information page on Sunday.

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