SNCF STRIKE 17 MARCH. SNCF announces a gradual improvement in train traffic this Friday, March 17, even if the strike movement continues. TGV, TER, Intercités, RER, Transiliens... Discover the traffic forecasts.
[Updated March 16, 2023 at 6:41 p.m.] The renewable strike against the pension reform continues at the SNCF. Even though the strike rate is down, 43% of train drivers are still on strike nationally. Disruptions are still to be expected on the lines operated by the SNCF network, although "the forecast should continue to improve slightly", announces the management of the railway company. The Transilien site nevertheless pointed out that traffic remained "disturbed on Friday March 17" on the Paris suburban lines.
This Friday, March 17, 2023, the railway company announces two TGV Inoui and Ouigo out of three, three Intercités out of five, no night train and one TER out of two on average. In Île-de-France, train traffic also remains disrupted overall with the exception of lines K and U. Consult the traffic forecasts using our summary opposite or below.
The SNCF strike is gradually waning with moderately disrupted traffic on all lines. Here are the detailed SNCF traffic forecasts for March 16:
For public transport users in Île-de-France, see below the traffic forecast for this day of Friday March 17: