Grève à la SNCF : fortes perturbations jeudi et vendredi sur les lignes J et L du Transilien

Be careful if you use the L and J lines of the Transilien. A local social movement scheduled for Thursday and Friday will have a big impact on traffic. “Traffic will be severely disrupted on Thursday on all lines J and L, announces Transilien on its site. Plan for 1 train out of 2 on average during peak hours. Plan 1 train out of 3 on average at off-peak hours. Traffic will be normal on the RER A. To prepare your journey, go the day before from 5 p.m. to the route calculator, the “Timetables” section or to the next departures page on the transilien.com website as well as on the SNCF app”.

SNCF drivers in the Ile-de-France are protesting against the incessant schedule changes that occur a few days or even sometimes the day before they start work due to the numerous works on the lines, according to a union source.

The association Plus de Trains anticipates Thursday “up to 1h30 of waiting on Versailles during the day, up to 24 minutes north of line L at rush hour. On line J “up to 1h15 of waiting on the Ermont axis during the day, few trains at rush hour on the outer suburbs, in particular the Mantes-Poissy axis”.

The Poissy branches of the RER A slow down on Friday

On Friday, the disruptions will continue. This time with trains removed on the Cergy le Haut / Poissy axes of the RER A, operated by the SNCF.

On Saturday, train users will finally have to deal with the strike launched on the occasion of the Top 14 final at the Stade de France. The Sud-Rail unions but also CGT, Unsa, CFDT and FO on certain lines are calling for mobilization. Lines B and D of the RER which serve the Stade de France are affected by this strike movement. Same thing for lines H, J, K, L and R of the Transilien, according to the Sud-Rail union. RER A and C should also be affected, according to the same union.

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