For the 44th day of mobilization against the pension reform, the SNCF announces an INOUI TGV traffic “almost normalThis Friday January 17th. TER traffic will be significantly improved with 8 TER out of 10 on a national average (trains + coaches of substitution) of which more than 75% insured by train. The Ouigo will circulate, quite normally.
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Transilien traffic will also be improved with 3 trains out of 4 on average. According to SNCF, “however traffic will remain disrupted“. The railway company recommends that travelers carefully check their train timetable before going to the station because the SNCF anticipates delays. 2 of the 3 Intercités by day will be operational – the Intercités by night still do not operate.
With regard to international traffic, traffic will be normal for Thalys and Eurostar trains and will, on the whole, be “very little disturbed“.
Slight improvement to RATP
On the RATP side, slight improvement, even if the traffic will be far from normal: if the automatic lines will operate normally as usual, with the risk of saturation to be expected during peak hours, for the first time since the start of the strike 11 will operate normally all day. The Orlyval line will also not be disrupted. The other lines will be partially opened with a few stations closed.
Line 2 will operate all day from 5.30 am to 1.30 am with 1 train out of 2 during peak hours and 1 train out of 3 during off-peak hours. Ditto for line 3 which will operate all day with 1 train out of 3. Line 3bis will be open from 07h to 18h.
Line 4 will only be open from 06:30 to 19:30 with 1 train out of 2 during peak hours and 1 train out of 3 during off-peak hours.
Line 5 will operate from 5:30 to 9:30 p.m. with 1 train out of 2. Line 6 will be open from 5:30 a.m. to 10 a.m. with 1 train out of 3 in the morning then from 3:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. with 1 train out of 2 in the afternoon.
Lines 8 and 10 will be open from 05:30 to 20:00 with 1 train on 2. Line 9 from 05:30 to 20:00.
Line 12 will be open from 6:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. with 1 train out of 3 then from 4:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. with 1 train out of 4.
Line 13 will also be open with an interruption from 05:30 to 12:00 with 1 train out of 3 then from 15:00 to 00:00 with a train out of 5 (between Courtilles and Invalides).
RER A and B will operate all day long with 2 of 3 trains in peak hours and 1 of 2 trains in off-peak hours. For RER C, 3 trains out of 4 are expected on average against 2 out of 3 for RER D and 4 trains out of 5 for RER E.
For buses, count four out of five buses on average. For their part, Orlybus and Roissybus will operate normally. The tram network will be almost normal except line T4 with a tram every 12 minutes, and line T which provides interrupted traffic from 2 pm to 6 pm in Jean Rostand and Escadrille.