The improvement is “confirmed” Thursday at SNCF with “almost normal” traffic planned for TGVs to and from Paris, 8 TER out of 10 and international traffic very little disturbed, according to management forecasts this Wednesday .
Rail traffic remains disturbed in Ile-de-France with three Transilien out of four on average. SNCF refers to a “gradual improvement”, especially for the RER where continuity is now assured: passengers can go from one end to the other of lines A, B and D without changing intramural trains.
Traffic improvement @SNCF confirmed this Thursday, January 16 for daily trains (TER, Transilien). Gradual return to normal for high speed trains.
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– SNCF Group (@GroupeSNCF) January 15, 2020
Traffic improving slightly at RATP
For its part, the RATP is still planning this Thursday, January 16, disrupted traffic, slightly improving compared to Wednesday, January 15, with for the first time normal traffic on a non-automatic metro line, the 11, according to the authority.
The other lines will be open during the day, but with limited frequencies and some stations closed. Traffic will be normal on the tram and 4 out of 5 buses will run. RER A and B will be operated with interconnection, but with a risk of saturation during peak hours.
[Mouvement Social]⚠️ For Thursday January 16, the #RATP forecasts disrupted traffic, slightly improved compared to Wednesday 15 January on the networks #Subway and #RER. The forecasts ⬇️ and on https://t.co/OElUNYGYky pic.twitter.com/eSHI42p6EI
– RATP Group (@RATPgroup) January 15, 2020