Strikes: SNCF in New Aquitaine, RATP in Ile-de-France… what awaits you to get around

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Transport is disrupted by strikes at the SNCF in New Aquitaine and at the RATP in Ile-de-France, this Friday. The disturbances are expected to be significant. La Dépêche will help you see things more clearly.

This is bad news for employees who take transport to get around or for families for school holidays. Several strikes will disrupt transport in New Aquitaine at the SNCF and in Ile-de-France at the RATP. Occitania is spared but lines will still be impacted.

SNCF traffic in New Aquitaine

> who is on strike – New-Aquitaine SNCF signalmen are on strike. The demands of the unions relate to working time and wages.

> When is the strike – The social movement began on Thursday February 17 at 7 p.m. and will continue until Saturday February 19 at 8 a.m.

> What are the consequences – TER traffic is severely disrupted for the whole day. No TER is planned at Bordeaux Saint-Jean station. This Friday morning, no TGV Inoui, nor Ouigo is circulating in New Aquitaine. Trains are scheduled for Friday afternoon until 8 p.m. Two exceptions: Paris/La Rochelle and Paris/Angoulême for which no traffic is planned. Saturday morning, before 8 a.m., TGV, Intercités and TER traffic will remain severely disrupted. The resumption of traffic will take place at 8 am.

u26a0 A regional social movement of switchers will strongly disrupt the network #TERNA from Thursday 17/02 evening until Saturday 19 morning.
Any #TER will only run on certain axes u274c pic.twitter.com/eSyFdb4qMf

– TER NVELLE-AQUITAINE (@TERNouvelleAQ) February 16, 2022

RATP traffic in Ile-de-France

> who is on strike – The unions call on the agents to mobilize to obtain wage increases. No agreement was reached during the mandatory annual negotiations.

> When is the strike – The strike takes place this Friday, February 18 only and is not renewable.

> What are the consequences – Metro lines 2, 3 bis, 5, 7 bis, 8, 10, 11 and 12 will be completely closed. Lines 3, 4, 6, 7, 9 and 13 are only open during peak hours (6:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.). Automatic lines 1 and 14 run normally. RER A and B run partially from 6:30 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. The bus and tram network is also very disrupted.

[Mouvement Social] Traffic will be severely disrupted on the lines #RATP this Friday, February 18. We invite you to limit your travels as much as possible, and we apologize for the planned transport conditions.
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— RATP Group (@RATPgroup) February 17, 2022


And in Occitania?

The TER, TGV and Intercités scheduled in Occitania are running normally this Friday, February 18. The strike in New Aquitaine will however have some consequences in our region: the TGV Paris Toulouse/Paris are impacted since they pass through Bordeaux and the TER lines from Toulouse to Agen or Brive are concerned. The SNCF announces 1 train out of 3 between Bordeaux and Marseille (Intercités) including 2 restricted from Toulouse to Marseille. Between Toulouse and Hendaye, 2 out of 3 trains are scheduled. On the Paris-Cahors line, a round trip by Intercités is cancelled.

How do I know if my train is running?

For SNCF traffic, you can find out by calling allo TER on 0 800 872 872 (toll free), by conncting on ter.sncf.com, sncf-connect.com and sncf.com. The Twitter account and the SNCF connect application are also available to you. For RATP traffic, you can call 3424 (7:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.), consult the ratp.fr website, the RATP application or send a message on Twitter to @ClientsRATP.