Thursday's strike, the first day of mobilization against the pension reform, will be closely followed in Parisian transport with three metro lines completely closed (8, 10, 11) and ten lines "partially operated" or only operating during hours. peak, the RATP announced on Tuesday.

[#MouvementSocial] Following a notice calling for an interprofessional strike day on Thursday, January 19, the #RATP is planning very disrupted traffic on the RER and Metro networks and disrupted on the surface network (Bus and Tramway) ⤵️

— RATP Group (@RATPgroup) January 17, 2023

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There will only be one train in two during peak hours for the RER A and one train in four during off-peak hours, with an end of service around 9 p.m.

Only 1 out of 2 trains will run during peak hours on the southern part of the RER B operated by the RATP, and 2 out of 3 buses will run in Paris and in the inner suburbs.

On the Transilien SNCF side, it will not run much more.

For RER A and B and lines H and U, there will be one train out of 3 with the RER B interconnection suspended at Gare du Nord.

Finally, there will be 1 train out of 10 for RER C, D and E and lines J, K, L, N and P. Finally, the Transilien R will not run at all.


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