Pensions: SNCF still plans disruptions on Wednesday – Pension reform

Train traffic will remain “disturbed” on Wednesday, the day the CGT Cheminots and SUD Rail are still calling to stop work against the pension reform, SNCF said on Tuesday. The company plans on average 2 out of 3 TGVs, with in detail 2 out of 3 trains to the North, “almost normal” traffic to the East, 3 out of 5 trains to the South-East, 1 out of 2 trains to the Atlantic, 2 Ouigo out of 3 and 3 province-province TGV out of 5.

One in two Intercités, night trains canceled

Traffic will be normal for Eurostar, “slightly disturbed” for Thalys, and the other international connections will have 4 out of 5 trains on average (except Switzerland, 3 out of 5). SNCF Voyageurs is counting on 1 Intercités out of 2 and will cancel its night trains. The company also plans to run nearly 1 out of 2 TER, with disruptions in all regions.

In Ile-de-France, SNCF announces normal traffic on lines A, B and K, as well as on tram-trains T4, T11 and T13. It provides for 3 trains out of 4 on lines P and U, 2 trains out of 3 on lines E, H, J and L, 1 train out of 2 on lines C and N and 2 trains out of 5 on RER D with a cut between Gare de Lyon and Châtelet-les-Halles. Finally, line R, with 1 train out of 5 on average, will not run between Melun and Montereau.

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No strike call on Saturday

The disturbances were much greater on Tuesday, the third national day of action against pension reform, where the four representative unions of the SNCF – Unsa Ferroviaire and CFDT in addition to the CGT Cheminots and SUD Rail – called for a strike. SNCF Voyageurs on Tuesday canceled 1 TGV out of 2 on average, almost all Intercités and 7 TER out of 10.

Train traffic was more affected during the first two interprofessional days against the reform, on January 19 and 31. The railway unions, on the other hand, did not call a strike for Saturday, the fourth of the national day of action, which is also the first day of vacation for zone B and half-time for those in zone A.

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