TRAFFIC Between bus depots blocked by the CGT and the filter dams of the #NuitDebout, the city of Toulouse was blocked on Monday morning, the day of his first match of the Euro …
They had warned that they would conduct blocking actions against the Labour Law, they have kept their promises. Monday morning, the first day of the match at Euro Stadium , Toulouse is paralyzed.
— Maxime Lafage (@M_Lafage) June 13, 2016
SGC Activists very early in the morning blocked the bus depots, preventing output.
The police proceeded to release around 8 o’clock that of Langlade, challenging two unionists. Those Atlanta and Colomiers should be released in stride.
Filtering Dam by #NuitDebout
Traffic has since resumed gradually.
Reprise progressive des lignes de Langlade -secteurs Toulouse centre et sud :
BUS 1, 2, 3, 10, 11, 12, 14, 22, 23, 56, 58, 88.
— MidiMobilités (@MidiMobilites) June 13, 2016
But access to some lines remained difficult, especially at the airport.
Mouvement social : les bus Tisséo et la navette aéroport sont indisponibles. Seul le tramway T2 fonctionne au départ et vers @aeroport_tls
— Aéroport de Toulouse (@aeroport_tls) June 13, 2016
Supporters of the #Nuitdebout protest set up a filtering dam on the side Argoulets, paralyzing much of the traffic on the road.
— NuitDebout Toulouse (@NuitDeboutTlse) June 13, 2016
The closing of access to the Stadium from 10.30 am should not mitigate traffic problems in the city.