STRIKE RATP. After the strong mobilization of January 19, the strike against the pension reform could well continue in the Ile-de-France transport of the RATP this month of January. What we know.
[Mis à jour le 23 janvier 2023 à 12h10] The Ile-de-France residents are on alert: will they be able to take the metro or the RER normally during the month of January? The question arises after the strike movement against the pension reform which paralyzed the majority of national and local public transport on Thursday January 19, 2023, and which brought together 1.12 million people in the streets of France according to the Ministry of the Interior. What follow-up will therefore be given to the movement at the RATP?
The intersyndicale (CFDT, CGT, FO, CFE-CGC, CFTC, UNSA, Solidaires, FSU) called for a new day of mobilization against the pension reform for Tuesday, January 31, 2023, but also for new strikes “around January 23”, according to information from BFM TV.
The RATP unions have so far not reacted to these calls from the inter-union, but they are already thinking about how to continue the strike movement. “All we can say is that we feel the anger. And if we go on an indefinite strike, it could be complicated for the government. It will be up to the employees to decide,” said a source. FO union at Parisian.
Several tools are available on the Web to find out about upcoming traffic disruptions at RATP. To know the traffic status of the metro, RER, bus, tram in real time, with the stations possibly closed today, consult theRATP traffic information. For the RER, you can also follow the Twitter accounts @RERA, @RERB, @RERC, @RERD Where @RERE. To monitor train traffic in real time, visit the Transilien.
The RATP network offers transport in Paris intramural as in Île-de-France, day and night. Consult the timetables for your metro, RER, tram, bus or Noctilien line:
And also: a cultural and artistic map of the Paris metro
You can also consult the map of the Paris metro diverted by Lucas Destrem, a cartography enthusiast, who replaced the names of the metro stations with the names of the theatres, cinemas and other places of culture served by them. The hijacked RATP plan was published in March 2021, in the midst of Covid, and met with great success because it promoted these cultural establishments which had to close their doors in the midst of a health crisis. It is free to download from this link.