After a big mess on Tuesday at Fontainebleau-Avon station with buses stormed, some buses will be added at rush hour tomorrow at Fontainebleau and Montereau
Still no train, but more buses: after the scenes of rush in station Fontainebleau – Avon Tuesday morning, with buses stormed to go to Melun and the police called reinforcement, Ile de France Mobility has decided urgently to strengthen the bus offer on lines 34 and 46.
In concrete terms, there will be four more round trips between 5:30 am and 7 am, and in the evening between 5 pm and 8 pm on the express line 34 (Fontainebleau-Melun). For the SME46 line (Montereau-Melun), three round trips were added in the morning and evening.
Ile de France Mobilité explains that ” these reinforcements can only be made with buses still available, few ”
“It’s too little when you have zero trains”
On Sunday, MP Valérie Lacroute and the president of the agglomeration of the country of Fontainebleau had called for the strengthening of buses, in anticipation of the strike.
A call launched by the collective of the uses of the line R, which by the voice of Cédric Thoma this Tuesday evening welcomes this gesture: ” It is obviously too little when one has zero trains on the line R but, in there adding initiatives such as those of the City of Montereau to set up buses Montereau – Paris Gare de Lyon, it relieves a bit saturated bus services this Tuesday morning to join the RER D. ”
The collective, which has nearly 2,000 subscribers on Facebook, took the opportunity to call on “the Municipalities to follow the example of the City of Montereau and set up a direct bus service with Paris Gare de Lyon: Avon, Nemours, Fontainebleau which concentrate large flows of travelers are particularly targeted by this demand “.