The rail traffic will be less disrupted on Friday 22 June in relation to the strike days previous. The direction of the SNCF, announced on Thursday that it expected nine-TGV-in-ten, three TER five and two Transilien on three. It is also envisaged three trains-City on five and four crews in international trains, on five for this 33rd day of the strike against railway reform since the launch in early April the movement.
In the Ile-de-France, the SNCF expects to close on Friday a “normal traffic” on busy line of the RER line A. On the northern portion of the RER B, there will be a train on both of the peak hours. On its southern portion, two trains on three will run in the rush hour and the traffic will be “normal” during off-peak hours. For the RER C, there will be a train on both. On the line the RER D, it is expected a train on two to the northern portion, while on the southern portion, there will be a train on both for the branch, Melun, and three out of five to the branch Corbeil. The RER E will be three trains out of four. On international routes, traffic on the Eurostar will be ” normal “, Thalys as ” quasi-normal “.
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