On Monday 28th and Tuesday 29th of May 2018, the SNCF strike goes off again. Here, line by line, the number of trains that will roll and the disturbances to predict.
Monday 28th May and Tuesday 29th May, 2018, the railway workers of the SNCF proceed with their 12th episode of the strike, that started everywhere in France on April 3rd against the planned reform and working conditions at SNCF.
The demands are unchanged: defense of status, refusal of privatization and willingness to see the government invest in the rail network. Railroaders who participated in the “Marée Populaire” anti-Macron mobilization that gathered between 4500 and 8000 people in the streets of Toulouse on Saturday 26th May, 2018.
Line by line forecasts
Monday 28th May, travellers will once again have to take their trouble … and get used to bus journeys, which most often replace trains.
Line by line, here are the traffic forecasts:
- Béziers – Neussargues
- Carcassonne – Quillan
- Nîmes – The King’s Grau
- Nîmes – Mende / Clermont-Ferrand
- Villefranche – Latour de Carol
- Toulouse – too
- Toulouse – Tarbes – Pau
- Toulouse – Latour de Carol
- Toulouse – Rodez
- Toulouse – Aurillac
- Toulouse – Saint-Sulpice
- Toulouse – Mazamet
- Brive – Rodez
- Toulouse – Agen
- Toulouse – Brive
- Toulouse – Narbonne
Before going to the station, remember to check the traffic forecasts on the SNCF TER site in Occitanie