SNCF STRIKE. A local movement affects RER A, RER C and RER D traffic as well as half of the Transilien lines in the Paris suburbs, the day of the TOP 14 rugby final.
[Mis à jour le 24 juin 2022 à 10h54] This Friday, June 24, a local strike at SNCF and RATP is impacting train traffic in the Paris suburbs, while at the Stade de France in 93 in Seine-Saint-Denis will be fighting over the Rugby Top 14 final, between Castres and Montpellier. But do not panic for the supporters, the RER B, which serves the Stade de France, is spared. In addition, the RATP has reinforced lines 12 and 13 of the metro to get to the Stade de France. On the other hand, on lines A, C and D of the RER and lines H, J, L and R of the Transilien, users will have to be patient, with on average 1 train out of 2 at peak times and 1 train out of 3 at off-peak hours. The management of the SNCF invites travelers to “postpone their journey as far as possible and to favor teleworking”.
The trains impacted by this social movement of drivers are RER A, RER C and RER D as well as lines H, J, L and R of the Transilien. The movement of trains to and from Paris-Saint-Lazare is also disrupted on the Norman lines (consult the timetables). Consult the traffic forecasts below, or using the summary opposite:
A local social movement impacts almost all of the RER lines in Paris, with the exception of the RER B, and causes disruptions on the Transilien lines. Here is the detailed forecast line by line:
- RER A disruptions : very disrupted traffic between Cergy le Haut and Nanterre Prefecture and between Poissy and Nanterre Prefecture. On the Cergy branch, 2 out of 3 trains at peak times and 1 train per hour at off-peak times.
On the Poissy branch, 1 train out of 3 at peak times and 1 train per hour at off-peak times. Normal traffic on the rest of the line.
- RER B disruptions : almost normal traffic on the whole line. Interconnection maintained at Gare du Nord.
- RER C disruptions : traffic disrupted on the whole line with 2 trains out of 3. Some deletions.
- RER D disruptions : heavily disrupted traffic on the whole line with 1 train out of 3 and no train between Paris Gare de Lyon and Châtelet les Halles. Refer to the RER A and metro line 14. The interconnection between Gare de Lyon and Gare du Nord is not guaranteed.
- RER E disruptions : This Friday, June 24, normal traffic.
- Transilien disruptions:
- H-line : very heavily disrupted traffic on the whole line.
- J-line : heavily disrupted traffic on the whole line at the rate of 1 train out of 2 on average at peak times and 1 train out of 3 on average at off-peak times.
- K-line : normal traffic
- L-line : heavily disrupted traffic on the whole line at the rate of 1 train out of 2 on average at peak times and 1 train out of 3 on average at off-peak times.
- Line N : normal traffic except for some train cancellations.
- P-line : normal traffic except for works.
- R-line : traffic very seriously disrupted on the whole line with 1 train out of 3.
- U-line : normal traffic except for works.
- For more information on disruptions, go to dedicated platform or call 0 805 90 36 35.
The SUD-Rail, CGT, Unsa, CFDT and FO unions have called on the Ile-de-France SNCF and RATP drivers to strike this Friday, June 24, 2022 to protest against the untimely schedule changes, linked to numerous works on the lines. , but also to demand a rise in wages. “Our trade unions are calling for continued mobilization with the next step being the Top 14 rugby final on Friday June 24 at the Stade de France,” they announced in a joint press release. “A strike is a balance of power, so you don’t do it on Sunday evening or in the night from Sunday to Monday”, explained this Friday morning a Sud Rail union representative to RTL.
To find out about the next traffic disruptions on the RATP network in real time (metro, RER, bus, tram), consult this page. For the RER specifically, there are these Twitter accounts per line: @RERA, @RERB, @RERC, @RERD Where @RERE.