SNCF STRIKE 6 APRIL. TGV, TER, Intercités, Transilien and RER will encounter disruptions this Thursday, April 6, 2023 due to a new day of mobilization against the pension reform at SNCF.

[Updated April 4, 2023 at 6:01 p.m.] While train traffic has returned to normal traffic on SNCF rails for a few days, in a press release published on March 28, the intersyndicale called for an eleventh day of strike and demonstrations against the pension reform on Thursday 6 April.

Traffic will be “disturbed” again this Thursday, SNCF management announced in a statement. “On the national average”, one out of two TERs will be in circulation and three out of four inOui and Ouigo TGVs will be in circulation.

Transilien, RER, TER, TGV and Intercités will experience some traffic disruptions. On the other hand, traffic will be fluid on Eurostar, Lyria and Thalys. Here is the line-by-line forecast:

On March 30, the SNCF unions (CGT-Cheminots, UNSA-Ferroviaire, SUD-Rail and CFDT-Cheminots) called on the railway company’s employees to join the inter-union movement via a press release distributed via the Facebook page of the CGT union of railway workers at the Gare de Lyon in Paris. “Aware of the continuous and sustained effort of railway workers and railway workers, the railway federations CGT, Unsa-Ferroviaire, SUD-Rail and CFDT call on all the railway workers of the unified public group to join the actions organized in the territories and to put themselves massively on strike on April 6 in the inter-union movement”, one can read.

Travelers on canceled TGV and Intercités trains receive the information via e-mail or SMS. On the other hand, users of TER without a connection do not receive SMS. You should verify the information by entering your train number on the SNCF website.

SNCF users can quickly check the traffic situation and find out if a particular train has been canceled or is leaving late. For information on TGVs, the telephone number provided is 0 805 90 36 35. To follow the traffic of all major or medium lines (TGV, Intercités, TER), go to this SNCF page . For information on the Transilien or RER in the Paris suburbs, call 0 805 90 36 35 or consult the dedicated platform.