Passengers who plan to take trains connecting Le Havre or Rouen (Seine-Maritime) to Paris are at high risk of seeing their journey disrupted, in one direction or the other.

A strike notice has indeed been filed at the national level, and in particular by the railway workers working on this line for Wednesday, July 6.

The SNCF, quoted by

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, invited “travellers who can to cancel or postpone their trips planned for this day, and to favor teleworking”.

Throughout the day, only 14 trains will run between the two Normandy cities and the capital.

Intra-regional services will be completely interrupted.

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The trains that will indeed run will also see their passenger capacity increased to its maximum, that is to say around 1,000 people each.

The strikers want to see their pay rise in the face of what several unions described in a statement as "a price spike unmatched in 40 years".


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