SNCF strike: forecast for March 28, what traffic on March 29?


SNCF strike: forecast for March 28, what traffic on March 29?

SNCF STRIKE 29 MARCH. TGV, TER, RER, Transiliens... If the disturbances are strong this Tuesday March 28, what should we expect for the day tomorrow, Wednesday March 29, 2023? Here are the forecasts.

[Updated March 28, 2023 at 12:11 p.m.] This Tuesday, March 28, on the 10th day of the interprofessional strike against the pension reform, SNCF train traffic is again paralyzed in most of France. There are 3 out of 5 TGVs and 1 out of 2 TERs on average at the national level, with disparities depending on the region. As for the Parisian suburban trains, traffic is still very disrupted on the Transilien and RER lines with reduced frequencies (see the details of the disruptions below or using our summary opposite).

What about the day tomorrow? "Traffic should be disrupted on Wednesday March 29", SNCF management has already announced, without giving further information for the moment. Find all the traffic forecasts below.

The SNCF announces for the moment, via its information channels, that traffic will be disrupted again tomorrow at the national level and that "certain public transport is also impacted on March 29, 2023" in the Paris suburbs without entering the details.

The inter-union meeting at the headquarters of the CFDT the day after the 9th act of strike very followed against the pension reform called for a new general and interprofessional mobilization on Tuesday, March 28, 2023. A close date which makes it possible to "maintain the motivated comrades “, explains Simon Duteil co-delegate of Solidaires. The SNCF unions are joining this 10th act of strike because a renewable strike has been carried out by GT-Cheminots, Unsa-Ferroviaire, SUD-Rail and CFDT-Cheminots since March 7.

Travelers on canceled TGV and Intercités trains receive the information via e-mail or SMS. On the other hand, users of TER without a connection do not receive SMS. You should verify the information by entering your train number on the SNCF website.

SNCF users can quickly check the traffic situation and find out if a particular train has been canceled or is leaving late. For information on TGVs, the telephone number provided is 0 805 90 36 35. To follow the traffic of all major or medium lines (TGV, Intercités, TER), go to this SNCF page . For information on the Transilien or RER in the Paris suburbs, call 0 805 90 36 35 or consult the dedicated platform.