SNCF Strike: Gradual Return of Traffic at 12 o’clock

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Gradual return of rail traffic at 12 o'clock after SNCF Strike

A social movement again disrupts the train traffic this Sunday 20th October 2019. The SNCF announces a gradual resumption of traffic from noon, in Morbihan and Brittany.

Train traffic is still disrupted this Sunday 20th October 2019, due to the continuation of the social movement committed Friday. SNCF announced early in the morning a service “very disturbed” on TER and Intercity.

The social movement at SNCF again disrupts train traffic since this morning, for the third day in a row. Unions continue to defend the “right of withdrawal” following an accident, facing the management and the government who denounce a “wildcat strike”.

Very disturbed traffic

SNCF announced this morning a ” very disturbed ” service on the TER, with an average of two trains on average but disparities very important depending on the region, including a ” normal or almost normal ” traffic in the South, Normandy and Hauts-de-Seine. France. In Brittany, the situation is similar to that of Saturday. The regional management hopes, this Sunday, more than one TER out of two and 9 TGV out of 10.


Get information on train traffic

If at Vannes station (Morbihan), the SNCF advises users to postpone their trip as far as possible, it announces, from 12 noon, a gradual recovery in traffic in Britanny. In Morbihan, the trains posted announce some delays but remain programmed.

It is possible to inquire via the SNCF app or by calling 0 800 880 562 (free call).

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