The buzzer does not stop sounding. On the quay of the gare de Metz-Ville, the controller releases the passengers to stop obstructing the closure of the doors. Alexander L., age 36, sighs adversely against its neighbors : “Welcome to the bétaillère. ”
For the past seven years, the daily life of an employed person in a large French insurance is a routine populated with figures. Its revivals are at the edge of the 88501, 88712, or sometimes 88503. In the evening, he left with the 17: 16 17: 39 or 17: 46 when he should not recover his daughters at daycare.
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But for the past month, two other parameters are complicated calculations daily of this ” frontrainlier “, one of these 19 000 people of Lorraine who, each day, the trip to Luxembourg to board the train express regional (TER) : two days of strike action on five, and two TER about five on average.