SNCF strike: what disruptions on Saturday 11 and Sunday 12 March?

SNCF strike what disruptions on Saturday 11 and Sunday 12

SNCF STRIKE 11 AND 12 MARCH. This weekend, SNCF trains will be further disrupted due to the renewal of the strike against the pension reform. What to expect on Saturday March 11 and Sunday March 12, 2023? The news.

[Mis à jour le 10 mars 2023 à 15h05] The renewable strike will continue at the SNCF this weekend of Saturday 11 and Sunday 12 March 2023. From the point of view of the disruptions, the railway company has for the moment warned that traffic will remain “very disrupted” this weekend without provide further information. Detailed traffic forecasts will be communicated at 5 p.m. on this page.

This Friday, TGV and Ouigo are still disrupted at the rate of 1 train out of 2 on average. As with every strike, not all regions are affected equally. The TGVs which connect the province to the province are the most impacted, with one train out of 10. Then, those circulating on the North axis and the Atlantic axis follow with 2 trains out of 5. Finally, travelers on the TGV INOUI on the East and South-East, can count on 1 train out of 2. As for the Intercités, only 1 out of 4 circulates and the routes are not assured this night.

SNCF management announced in a press release that “traffic should remain disrupted during the weekend in a similar way to Friday, with possible local developments”. TGV and Intercités users have already received an SMS or an email informing them that their weekend train has been cancelled. According to SNCF Voyageurs in Brittany, the traffic trend until the end of the week remains the same in this region: 1 TER out of 3 and 1 TGV out of 3. New demonstrations will also be organized before an 8th strike on Wednesday March 15 , day of the joint joint committee, where senators and deputies will have to agree on a common law on pension reform.

The SNCF strike is still being followed this Friday, March 10. The direction of the SNCF specifies that the circulation of the trains remains “strongly disturbed”. Here are the detailed SNCF traffic forecasts for this Friday, March 10, according to the SNCF press release:

  • TGV disruptions : this Friday March 10, 2023, plan 1 out of 2 trains on average on the TVG Inoui and Ouigo network. On the North axis, plan 2 trains out of 5. On the East axis, plan 1 train out of 2. On the Atlantic axis, plan 2 trains out of 5. Finally, on the South-East axis plan 1 train out of 2 From province to province, plan for only 1 TGV out of 10 in circulation.
  • TER disturbances : 2 trains out of 5 on average in circulation this Friday, March 10. SNCF indicates that TER traffic is “severely disrupted in all regions”. To monitor general regional train traffic disruptions, this page will be useful to you.
  • Intercity disruptions : 1 Intercité out of 4 on average on Friday March 10, 2023. Night intercity : no traffic at night from Friday to Saturday.
  • RER disruptions :
  • RER A : 3 out of 4 trains on average. Interconnection maintained at Nanterre-Préfecture station. After 9 p.m., a few trains between Poissy and Cergy le Haut.
  • RER B : 1 train out of 2 on average between Gare du Nord and Mitry-Claye/Charles de Gaulle 2 Airport until 10:45 p.m. (closed for works). Interconnection at Gare du Nord interrupted.
  • RER C : 1 train out of 3.
  • RER D : 1 train out of 5. Interconnection suspended between Châtelet-les-Halles and Paris Gare de Lyon, no train between these two stations. Trains run only at peak times between Châtelet-les-Halles and Goussainville, between Paris Gare de Lyon and Melun / Corbeil-Essonnes via Evry-Courcouronnes, and between Corbeil-Essonnes and Malesherbes.
  • RER E : 1 train out of 2.
  • Transilien disruptions : In detail line by line for Thursday, March 9, 2023:
  • H-line : 2 trains out of 3
  • J-line : 1 train out of 2.
  • K-line : 1 out of 2 trains
  • L-line : 1 train out of 2.
  • Line N : 1 train out of 2.
  • P-line : 1 train out of 2.
  • R-line : 1 train out of 5 on average and 3 trains out of 5 at peak times. Trains only run between Paris Gare de Lyon and Montargis/Montereau via Moret.
  • U-line : 2 trains out of 3
  • For the Transilien network, there is a dedicated platform to follow the next traffic disruptions.
  • International train disruptions : 2 trains out of 3 on the Eurostar and 3 trains out of 5 on the Thalys this Friday 10 March. Concerning the other international connections, the SNCF plans 1 train out of 3 on the France-Italy link, 2 trains out of 5 on the France-Germany and France-Switzerland axes and 1 train out of 4 on the France-Spain link.

For users of public transport in Île-de-France, see below the traffic forecast for the day of Friday March 10: