Strike of March 15: traffic will be “almost normal” at RATP, except for the RER

Different sectors remain mobilized, in protest against the government’s text SARAH MEYSSONNIER / REUTERS

Buses, metros and trams will run without difficulty this Wednesday, unlike the RER.

The next day of interprofessional mobilization against the pension reform, this Wednesday, March 15, should not disrupt transport in Île-de-France, but the SNCF trains will have more difficulty in circulating. As the eighth day of action approaches, Le Figaro takes stock of the expected disruptions in transport.


This Monday, the RATP announced to expect traffic “almost normal» on all of its metro, bus and tramway networks. Only the RER should be strongly affected by the strike, the management expecting traffic “very disturbedon these axes.

Contrary to what was observed the first days of the renewable strike started in March, the entire network should therefore be relatively spared by the social movement.


Conversely, traffic at the SNCF will remain disrupted this Wednesday.

Different sectors remain mobilized, in protest against the government’s text, which will be studied in a joint committee (CMP) in Parliament within a few hours. Garbage collectors, employees of the oil sector or those of the energy continue their actions, and the inter-union called for a new interprofessional day this Wednesday, March 15. It will be the eighth since the beginning of the social movement, just a few days after a Saturday March 11 marked by a sharp drop in participation.

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