After a morning marked by traffic disruptions, the strike continues this Thursday, September 29, 2022 at RATP and SNCF. The CGT, FSU, Solidaire and the CFDT-Cheminots have called on SNCF agents to join the call for an interprofessional strike against inflation and pension reform. The CGT-RATP did the same with RATP agents. In Paris, if the metro is hardly affected by the strike, disruptions are rife in buses, RER B, C and D and on some lines of the Transilien in Île-de-France (H, J, N and R ). 9 out of 10 trams are planned, with the exception of T3a which runs only between Pont du Garigliano and Porte d’Ivry with one out of two trams. Read our article on the RATP Strike. Find detailed live traffic disruptions from SNCF and RATP below:

At the national level, if the TGV Inoui circulate almost normally, the Intercités trains and the TER are heavily impacted, in particular in the regions Grand Est, Auvergne Rhône-Alpes, Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur, Occitanie, Center-Val de Loire, Hauts-de-France and Normandy. Overall, 6 out of 10 TERs are in circulation in France. Like the RATP network, the public transport networks of major cities in France are subject to traffic disruptions, in particular due to demonstrations, causing deviations from bus or tram lines, particularly in city centers. . The strike call ends this Thursday evening and the SNCF announces normal traffic on its trains and TGV this weekend.