No return to normal on Ile-de-France rail traffic this Friday.

The strikes against the pension reform continue.

"Local social movements" are mentioned by the SNCF.

The company plans only 1 train out of 2 for RER C, 2 trains out of 3 on lines D, H, N and U, and 9 trains out of 10 on line E, according to a press release.

On the other hand, the service must return to normal on lines A, B, J, K, L, P and R.

Traffic was very disrupted on Thursday on the SNCF network in the Paris region, the first day of mobilization against the pension reform, with in particular less than 1 train in 10 on half a dozen lines, and many stations not served.

The RATP, for its part, plans a return to normal on Friday.

On Thursday, RATP metro and RER traffic in the Paris region was "very disrupted", with one metro line completely closed and twelve others only operating, sometimes partially, during rush hour.

The situation was better for buses, but with a dozen interrupted lines all the same.


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