The improvement in traffic on the RATP and SNCF networks continues on Tuesday, but four Parisian metro lines out of sixteen and some TER will be further disrupted, the two groups said on Monday.
RATP provides “normal or almost normal traffic on its entire network“And highlights”improvements on line B of the RER and the metro networkIn a press release. Like that of RER A, the traffic of RER B is “normalFor the first time since the mobilization against the pension reform began on December 5, when he was still disturbed on Monday.
In the metro, the vast majority of lines operate normally. Traffic on four lines remains, however, reduced with four trains out of five for lines 6 and 7, two trains out of three on line 5, as well as a disrupted service (one train in two) during peak hours and very limited (one train on four) between 11 a.m. and 4 p.m. on line 13.
Bus traffic is “almost normal“And that of trams”normal“, According to RATP.
SNCF has not published strike rates or national traffic forecasts since Monday, “traffic being normal or almost normal“A spokeswoman told AFP. Some disruptions remain Tuesday in Occitanie and Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes, where it will be necessary to count on eight TER out of 10 circulations, partially provided by coaches.
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