The contours of renewable strikes after the mobilization of March 7 are becoming clearer. Traffic will still be very disrupted on Wednesday for the metro and the RER, the RATP announced on Monday March 6. Similarly, SNCF expects "very severely disrupted" traffic on Wednesday.
In the two transport companies, all the unions are calling for a renewable strike from Tuesday, a day which already promises to be particularly followed with 80% of TGVs and TERs canceled on the SNCF side, while the RATP will not open most of them. of its metro lines only during peak hours and will only run between 25% and 50% of the trains on lines A and B of the RER depending on the time.