– Many SNCF drivers and controllers exercised their "right of withdrawal" Friday morning following an accident Wednesday in Champagne-Ardennes.
– According to the railway group, 55% of TER circulate, with disparities depending on the regions. The most affected are Auvergne, Champagne Ardenne, Normandy, New Aquitaine, Occitania and the PACA region. The least impacted are Burgundy-Franche Comte, Alsace and the Hauts-de-France.
– 50% of Intercites trains circulating.
– In Ile-de-France, 67% of trains are insured, with there again great disparities. Traffic is very low on RER B and D as well as on top lines J, K, L and R. Traffic is still disrupted, although the situation is, according to the SNCF, "significantly better" than this Friday morning.
– TGV traffic is normal on the north and east routes, with no train deletions to notice. 22 TGV have been removed on the southeast axis since this morning, accounting for 8% of traffic. 20 TGV have been removed on the Atlantic since this morning, 7% of traffic.
– The management of the SNCF denounces a "strike without irregular notice" and calls for the resumption of service.