the improvement in traffic is confirmed at the SNCF and the RATP

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Traffic continues to improve this Thursday, January 16, at SNCF and RATP.

On TGV lines, traffic will be “almost normal», As well as on the Transilien and TER lines. On the Intercity side, traffic is improving but remains weaker, with 60% of trains in circulation.

SNCF plans on average 9 TGV out of 10. Normal traffic is expected on the North axis, almost normal on the East and Atlantic axes, and 8 trains out of 10 will run on the South-East axis. Ouigo traffic will be normal.

International traffic remains very little disrupted, as in recent days: normal on the Eurostar line and almost normal on the Thalys.

In TER traffic, 8 out of 10 trains are expected, with disparities (10 out of 10 trains in Brittany against 6 out of 10 in Hauts-de-France, for example). 9 out of 10 trains are expected in the Pays de la Loire, in the Center-Val-de-Loire region, in Bourgogne-Franche-Comté and in Normandy. 8 out of 10 trains will run in the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes and Nouvelle-Aquitaine regions. In the other regions, 7 out of 10 trains are planned.

In Île-de-France, 3 Transiliens out of 4 will circulate. On average, one train in 2 will run all day on the RER lines A and B (the continuity of which has been restored since this Wednesday). An average of 3 out of 5 trains are expected on RER C (all branches) and D and 4 out of 5 trains on line E.

The forecast for the metro

Like the other days, traffic will be normal on automatic lines 1 and 14, with the risk of saturation during peak hours. Nevertheless, a clear improvement is taking shape for traffic on the other lines.

Line 2 will be open all day, with 1 in 3 trains at peak times and 1 in 4 trains during off-peak hours. Line 10 is also open all day, with 2 out of 3 trains.

Several lines are open continuously until evening (from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. depending on the station): 3 (10 p.m.), 3bis (6 p.m.), 4 (7.30 p.m.), 7 (8 p.m.), 7bis (8:30 p.m.), 8 (9:30 p.m.) and 11 (8:30 p.m.), with an average of 1 train out of 2 on these lines. The other lines will only be open during peak hours, with more or less late closings (11:30 p.m. for the 1 p.m., 8 p.m. or 9 p.m. for the others).

On the tram side, all the lines will be in circulation. 4 buses out of 5 on average will run all day.



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