“The RATP invites you to limit your trips as much as possible”. You’ve been warned. This Friday September 13, 2019, because of a major RATP (Autonomous Operator of Parisian Transportation) strike, the traffic will be highly disrupted for the Parisian metro, the RERs A and B. Discover the metro and RER traffic forecast.
If you planned to ride the metro or the RERs A and B, as well as buses in Paris this Friday September 13, 2019, be far-sighted. Because of a call for strike launched at the RATP in order to denounce the reform of pensions, the traffic will be highly disrupted on the whole network.
Announced as one of the most followed strike movements of these past years, this September 13, 2019 will likely be difficult for all RATP network users. The RATP recommends you all to limit your trips as much as possible during this day.
The strike – that will start this Thursday September 12 at 6 p.m. and end on Saturday September 14 at 7 a.m. – will have consequences on all the metro lines. The lines 1 and 14 – automatically managed – will be running but at a slower pace…
As for the rest, some metro lines will be totally stopped including lines 2, 3, 3bis, 5, 6, 7bis, 10, 11, 12 and 13.
As for RER lines A and B, the service will be very limited. Allow 1 train out of 3, only during peak time for the RER A and 1 train out of 5 only during peak time for the RER B.
Yet, no disruption has been announced on the SNCF (the French National Railway Company) network. Consequences? RERs C, D and E as well as Transiliens are expected to run as usual.
Parisian metro traffic forecast – Friday September 13, 2019:
- Traffic totally stopped on the following lines:
- Line 2
- Line 3
- Line 3 bis
- Line 5
- Line 6
- Line 7bis
- Line 10
- Line 11
- Line 12
- Line 13
- Traffic highly disrupted and only during peak time (6:30 a.m. – 9:30 a.m. / 5 p.m. – 8 p.m.)
- Line 4: allow 1 train out of 3
- Line 7: allow 1 train out of 3
- Traffic highly disrupted with partially open lines and stations only during peak time (6:30 a.m. – 9:30 a.m. / 5 p.m. – 8 p.m.
- Line 8: allow 1 train out of 3, only between Créteil Pointe du Lac and Reuilly-Diderot
- Line 9: allow 1 train out of 4 only between Pont de Sèvres and Franklin-Roosevelt and between Nation and Mairie de Montreuil
Bus traffic forecast - Friday September 13, 2019:
- For the bus traffic, allow about 1 bus out of 3 on the entire network
Tramway traffic forecast - Friday September 13, 2019:
- About 1 tramway out of 2 on T3b and T5
- About 1 tramway out of 3 during peak time (6:30 a.m. – 9:30 a.m. / 7 p.m. – 8 p.m.) on T1, T2, T3a, T6, T7 and T8
RER A and RER B traffic forecast – Friday September 13, 2019:
- RER A: 1 train out of 3, only during peak time. Note that Cergy and Poissy branches will be impacted with 1 train out of 2.
- RER B: 1 train out of 5 only during peak time. No connection at the Gare du Nord. Note that the northern part of the line will be impacted with 1 train out of 2 all day long.
As consequences of this social movement, the RATP sets up – only for this day – a partnership to bring alternative mobility solutions:
- Cityscoot: 30 free minutes with RATP-1 promo code
- Klaxit: free trips to passengers no matter the distance (departure and arrival in Ile-de-France)
- Zenpark: 50% off for parking in Paris and Ile-de-France parking lots (24 hours max) with RATP3 promo code
- Kapten: 20% off of trips with RATP4 promo code
- JUMP: via Uber and RATP mobile apps, enjoy 2, 15-minute trips for Ile-de-France inhabitants using electric bikes and scooters with RAPT050 promo code
Last updated on 11 September 2019