SNCF STRIKE. This Monday, March 13, 2023, the renewable strike against the pension reform continues at the SNCF. Another day of action is scheduled for March 15, when the text of the law will be studied in a joint committee.

[Updated March 13, 2023 at 2:53 p.m.] The renewable strike continues this Monday, March 13 at the SNCF, before a day of national mobilization, Wednesday, March 15. “We are already on the 7th day of the strike and there is still [this Monday] more than one out of two trains canceled throughout the national territory, in particular in the Transilien and TER, but also on the main lines and at the ‘international”, announced this Sunday Mathieu Bolle-Reddat, CGT secretary Cheminots de Versailles on BFM TV.

This Monday, TGV and Ouigo traffic is still disrupted, with 3 out of 5 trains on average, while that of TER is more severely disrupted, at the rate of one train out of two on average. On the international train side, Eurostar and Thalys traffic is “almost normal”. On the other hand, there should be no trains on the France-Spain link, 2 trains out of 3 on the France-Italy link, 4 trains out of 5 on the France-Germany link and one train out of 2 on the France-Switzerland link. For tomorrow, Tuesday March 14, TGV and Intercités users have already received the information that their train is canceled or maintained. The rest of the traffic forecast is coming in the afternoon. An increase in the number of strikers is scheduled for Wednesday, March 15.

The strike at the SNCF is still followed this Monday, March 13. The direction of the SNCF specifies that the circulation of the trains is “in marked improvement”. Here are the detailed SNCF traffic forecasts for March 13:

For public transport users in Île-de-France, see below the traffic forecast for this day of Monday, March 13: