SNCF STRIKE MARCH 15. In this 8th act of strike against the pension reform, the SNCF unions are continuing the movement without intensifying it. TGV, Intercités, TER, RER, Transiliens… Here is the traffic for March 15 and the forecast for Thursday March 16.

[Updated March 15, 2023 at 10:10 a.m.] Disruptions continue to plague the SNCF network due to an 8th day of interprofessional strike against pension reform. At the national level, three out of five TGVs are in circulation with three Inoui and Ouigo TGVs out of five, two out of five TER are in circulation on average in the regions. On the Intercités side, however, the situation is improving compared to previous strike days with one in three Intercités in daytime circulation this Wednesday.

In Île-de-France, the disruptions are similar to those of previous days with two-thirds of Transiliens and RER in circulation this Wednesday. What to expect for tomorrow, Thursday March 16, 2023? Find below the detailed traffic forecasts as well as the first forecasts for Thursday 16 March.

The SNCF website announces that this Thursday, March 16, “train traffic will remain disrupted this Wednesday, March 15 and Thursday, March 16, 2023”. Disruptions will be announced on the railway company’s information channels from 5 p.m. tonight and will be relayed on this page.

The SNCF strike rebounds this Wednesday, March 15 with severely disrupted traffic. Here is the detailed SNCF traffic forecast for March 15:

For public transport users in Île-de-France, see below the traffic forecast for this day of Wednesday, March 15: