A rally is planned for Saturday 1st July at 12.30 pm at the Chateaubriant station (Loire-Atlantique). The goal: to protest against the lack of resources deployed on the railway line Chateaubriant to Rennes, compared to other lines.
While the high-speed line (LGV) Rennes-Paris was inaugurated this Saturday 1st July, another event prepares in Chateaubriant (Loire-Atlantique), as a rally is being organised to protest on the lack of resources deployed on the railway line to Rennes, compared to other lines.
To protest against a “territorial imbalance”, the Citizens Association Chateaubriant Rennes train (ACCRET) called for a mass protest at 1pm from Chateaubriant station, at 1.30pm in Janzé, for a visit to Rennes esplanade Charles de Gaulle at 3 pm.
“For the Chateaubriant to Rennes line, it is the celebration of the Line at very small speed at which we invite you to at 12.30pm at the railway station of Chateaubriant” says the ACCRET in a statement. The current line to Rennes is a slow diesel train which also suffers from reliability issues.