SNCF management plans three TGVs out of five, one TER and Transilien out of two, and two Intercity trains out of five, this Wednesday 22nd May, during the 21st day of strike at the SNCF.
The railway traffic will again be disrupted this Wednesday 22nd May as the strike at the SNCF continues against the railway reform, management have forecast that they will provide three TGV trains in five, one TER and Transilien out of two and two Intercity trains out of five.
Internationally, there will be two trains on three, according to the management traffic forecasts for this 21st day of strike since the launch in early April by the strike episodes.
In Ile-de-France, normal traffic is provided for the RER A. For the RER B, one out of two trains is planned on the North part and two trains out of three on its southern part. A RER C out of two should circulate.
In detail, concerning the TGV, there will be three trains out of four on the East axis and for the Ouigo, a train on two on the Atlantic axis, as well as three out of five trains on the North and South-East axes.
This 11th episode of strike at the SNCF, at the call of the CGT Cheminots, Unsa Railway and CFDT Cheminots unions, starts on Tuesday evening at 8pm and will end on Friday at 7.55am. SUD-Rail, another representative union at SNCF, has launched an unlimited call for a strike.
Results of your action Wednesday morning
Wednesday morning, these four unions will announce the results of the consultation “your action” that they organized since the 14th May and until Tuesday evening. “Are you for or against the rail pact carried by the government? Is the question asked on the ballots. This consultation was described as a “petition” by the management of SNCF. She has “no legitimacy”, judged the boss of the group, Guillaume Pepy.
For their part, the senators of the Committee on Regional Planning and Sustainable Development will consider on Wednesday the draft railway reform law, which will arrive in open session in the Senate from the 29th May before a solemn vote scheduled on June 5th.