New rail transport plan by SNCF after coronavirus crisis

Deconfinement: The SNCF and the Regions want you to Take the TER this Summer with 2 Million Tickets from 1 to 10 Euros

RAIL TRANSPORT: A way to revive rail transport, hit hard by the coronavirus crisis “We will make you prefer the train”. This well-known SNCF slogan is being brought up to date, the sector having been hit hard by the coronavirus crisis. Associated with the eleven regions which manage regional rail transport, the railway company launches the ”  TER de France” operation, a story of “restoring […]

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The head of the SNCF, Jean-Pierre Farandou, pleaded to make the wearing of the mask compulsory in public transport, including trains, from May 11, 2020.

Confinement: The SNCF Wants to Make the Mask Mandatory on Trains

Many companies are wondering about the modalities of deconfinement, whose date was set for May 11th, 2020 by Emmanuel Macron, during his speech Monday. Travel again, but covered. While a deconfinement will be gradually implemented from May 11th, 2020, according to announcements by Emmanuel Macron on Monday, many companies are wondering about the terms of the return […]

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In this fourth week of confinement, the coronavirus balance sheet continues to increase.

Coronavirus in France: The 10,000 Deaths Mark Crossed, 1,427 more in 24 hours

This Tuesday 7th April the Director-General of Health, Jérôme Salomon, announced 607 additional deaths in hospitals and 820 in nursing homes from Coronavirus  The balance sheet always heavier in France. During a press briefing organized on Tuesday 7th April 2020, the Director-General of Health, Jérôme Salomon, announced a total of 10,328 deaths recorded since March 1st. 7,091 were […]

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Reduced transport from RATP and SNCF due to Coronavirus

Coronavirus: “Reduced” Transport Offer in Sight at RATP and SNCF from Monday

EPIDEMIC: More information on these traffic conditions will be given during the weekend The RATP and the SNCF warned Friday that a “tight supply” transport would be established next week because of the outbreak of coronavirus. Some of the staff of the two groups will indeed not be able to work, being for some obliged to stay at home looking after their […]

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Unions call for another day of strikes against pension reform

Pensions: New Events, the Movement Looking for a Second Wind

For the sixth time since December 5th, the unions call for “a day of massive inter-professional mobilization of strikes and demonstrations”. After six weeks of conflict, unions opposed to the pension reform call on Thursday 16 January 2020 for a new day of demonstrations. It will be a test for the rest of the movement which is trying to […]

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The mobilization against the pension reform started more than a month ago continues on Wednesday January 8, 2020, before a fourth big day of demonstrations on Thursday.

Pension Reform: Blocked Refineries and Court Disruption

Before a fourth big day of demonstrations against pension reform on Thursday 9th January 2020, the government tries to find a way out, in particular with the reformist unions. The mobilization against the pension reform started more than a month ago continues on Wednesday 8th January 2020, before a fourth big day of demonstrations on Thursday. The government […]

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Unions call for a National strike day of action against pensions reforms

Pensions: Unions Call for New National Demonstration on January 11th

The trade unions plan to conduct a new large-scale inter-professional strike as early as next week against the pensions reform The strike against pension reform entered its second month on Friday 3rd January 2020. “Determined”, the unions call to make Saturday 11th January, a “day of demonstration throughout the country”. Amplify the movement FO , which requests the withdrawal […]

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Metro corridors at Châtelet station in Paris, on the 19th day of the strike movement against the pension reform, on December 23, 2019.

Pension Reform: Emmanuel Macron Remains Relentless, Unions Disappointed

After the vows pronounced by Emmanuel Macron, the unions remain dissatisfied and see “nothing new”. As for the President, he says “to carry out the reform”. The strike against the pension reform entered on Wednesday 1st January 2020 in its 28th day, equaling most the blocking ng of transport since 1986-87, without looming the “fast compromise” wished by Emmanuel Macron during his vows, […]

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President Emmanuel Macron in Brussels, December 13, 2019.

On the 14th Day of Strike, Emmanuel Macron Ready to “Improve” the Pension Reform

His Prime Minister Edouard Philippe received the social partners on Wednesday to try to find a way out of the pension reform crisis. The day after the third day of demonstrations against the pension reform and three days before the Christmas holidays, Edouard Philippe received on Wednesday 18th December 2019 the social partners with the new “M. Retraites”, to find a way out […]

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Due to the strike against the pension reform, SNCF traffic will be severely disrupted in Normandy Tuesday December 17, 2019.

Strike of December 17th: What to Expect for SNCF Traffic in Normandy?

For the national mobilisation day against the pension reform, SNCF traffic looks “very disturbed” in Normandy Tuesday 17th December 2019. We take stock. The December 17th, 2019 marks the day of mobilization against Inter the pension reform. On this day, the SNCF network will be disrupted, especially in Normandy where traffic already looks “very disrupted” throughout the day with “2 / 10th of the […]

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