All the metro stations re-open in Paris on Monday

week by week, the "return to normal" builds. Starting next Monday, it is on the public transport network paris that this is going to be checked. In fact, as j

All the metro stations re-open in Paris on Monday

week by week, the "return to normal" builds. Starting next Monday, it is on the public transport network paris that this is going to be checked. In fact, as just announced, Ile-de-France Mobility (IDFM), the entirety of the metro stations in the capital will reopen their gates as early as Monday. A reopening that marks the end of several months of judgment. On 26 march, a few days after the start of the confinement, more than 60 stations to over 300 by the network were no longer serviced, before reopening gradually. Today 17 of them are still closed.

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With these openings, the supply of metro, buses and trams will approach 100%. "The demand continues to grow, to regain its level from before Covid 19", details IDFM in a press release. Thus, the stations Place de Clichy and Stalingrad (line 2), Havre-Caumartin (line 3), Barbes Rochechouart and Strasbourg-Saint-Denis (line 4), Buttes Chaumont and Danube (line 7), Faure , Ledru Rollin , Michel Bizot , Grand Boulevards , Opera (line 8), la Motte Picquet Grenelle and Cardinal Lemoine (line 10), Rambuteau and Republic (line 11) and then Marx Dormoy (line 12), will again be served.

The port of the mask remains required

Side tram, 100% of the service will be offered between 5: 50 and 1am in the morning. For the RER A, 100% service "over a time range of a normal 5 a.m. to 1: 15, except on the branches Cergy with an end of traffic at 22H16 and Poissy to 22h18." Ditto for the RER B, "except on the North part. Until Friday, June 26, every night at 23h (week and weekend), the traffic between Gare du Nord and Aéroport Charles de Gaulle 2 /Mitry-Claye will be interrupted in both directions," says IDFM. Finally, the RER C, D and E, such as commuter trains, will roll up to 22 hours.

If the transit service resumes in its entirety, or almost, IDFM specifies, however, that wearing a mask is still required, "under penalty of a fine". "As long as we do not have a vaccine or cure, the mask will remain mandatory," it said recently Elizabeth Terminal, minister of the ecological Transition, and solidarity.

IDFM also called "the continuation of the staggered hours and the pursuit of telework when it is possible." The certificate employer in peak hour, it is no longer mandatory since Tuesday.

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Still photo of the party.

Pat342le 18/06/2020 17:14

And they were where the employees of the RATP during this time ? the suntan with 100% of the salary ?

Andre Taponle 18/06/2020 16:49

Damage it could be a good opportunity to close definitively a whole bunch of stations that do nothing and cost a loot of crazy, Boucicaut or Buzenval, for example.

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Updated Date: 18 June 2020, 12:47

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