Traffic will be normal for TGVs. On the TER side, only one out of two trains will run between Marseille-Aix and Marseille-Miramas.
A TGV flowing between Paris and Marseille is "out of the way" while he "was traveling at very low speed", shortly before his arrival at Saint-Charles station, Friday, August 24 around 18 hours, said a spokesman for the SNCF. Party at 14:37 from Paris, the TGV was traveling at 30 km / h at the time of the incident. The reason for the derailment, which has not injured, is not yet known. As in any incident of this type, an internal investigation was conducted, said the SNCF.
– SNCF (@SNCF) August 24, 2018
"Traffic at and from Marseille-Saint-Charles station is severely disrupted, but traffic is gradually recovering"added the SNCF Friday night. "The lift operations of the TGV will begin tonight and continue during the weekend, so traffic will remain disrupted tomorrow. [samedi]"added the statement.
Friday night, the goal is to circulate "two trains out of three". At 22 hours, SNCF Paca said that the train traffic had resumed on all channels of St. Charles except three. The trains from Nice and Toulon to Marseille Saint-Charles have for the moment terminated the station of Marseille-Blancarde, also specified the SNCF on its website.
"For Saturday, travelers are invited, as far as possible, to postpone their travel", says the railway company, stating that they "may, without charge, change their ticket or be reimbursed by going to the station or online". The traffic should be "normal" for the Ouigo and the TGV to and from Marseille-Saint-Charles on Saturday. On the TER side, only one out of two trains will run between Marseille-Aix and Marseille-Miramas.
So my car derailed on arrival at Marseille Saint Charles station. Everything is fine but it was quite impressive to feel vertical movements on a train, even at slow speeds. We were quickly evacuated by security. pic.twitter.com/7KA2xtqGD3
– Hugo Florent (@Florent_Hugo_) August 24, 2018