RER STRIKE JANUARY 19. Traffic is very badly disrupted this Thursday, January 19 on the Parisian RER lines, whether they are managed by the RATP and the SNCF. Here is the line-by-line traffic.

Galley in sight this Thursday for users of the RER lines in Paris and Ile de France. The strike movement launched on January 19, 2023 to protest against the pension reform has strong consequences on the traffic on lines A to E. Traffic will also be very different depending on peak and off-peak hours, for example on the RER A with one train out of 2 at peak times but only one train out of 4 at off-peak hours.

On line A, the interconnection is maintained at Nanterre Préfecture and the traffic announced is one train out of two at peak times and one out of four at off-peak hours. The first departure was at 5:35 a.m., the last passage to Châtelet is scheduled for 9 p.m. this Thursday. You can find the live info feed from RER A below.

Traffic will also be severely disrupted on line B of the RER with an interconnection suspended at Gare du Nord and reduced traffic.

You can find live traffic information below.

The strike at the SNCF, which manages this line, also affects traffic on line C of the RER with traffic only between 6 a.m. and 9 a.m. and from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. between the following stations:

Line D sees its traffic particularly affected by this strike movement with very severely disrupted traffic this Thursday, January 19.

You can find live traffic here:

Attention, No train between Goussainville and Creil, between Juvisy and Malesherbes and between Juvisy and Melun via Ris Orangis.