March 25 Metro, RER, Bus Traffic Forecast

RATP strike: March 25 metro, RER, bus traffic forecast

Strike RATP. This Friday, March 25, 2022, bus and tram traffic will be severely disrupted, but the metro network is almost normal and that of the RER is perfectly normal. See traffic forecasts for the March 25 RATP strike.

[Mis à jour le 23 mars 2022 à 19h26] On Friday, March 25, 2022, a RATP strike at the call of all trade unions protesting the opening of the bus network to competition and demanding higher wages would cause major disruption, primarily to the bus network. prize. Parisian trams, which operate 30% of the bus routes, have suspended and suspended trams that operate only during peak hours. The metro, on the other hand, is slightly affected and only five lines (2, 7, 8, 9, 13) are interrupted. The other lines (1, 3, 3bis, 4, 5, 6, 7bis, 10, 11, 12, and 14) run perfectly fine.

On the RER side, no interruptions are announced and the interconnection is maintained (RERA’s Nanterre-Préfecture and RERB’s Gare du Nord). RATP management will provide more detailed information about bus and tram line disruptions this Thursday at 5 pm. Already plan alternative solutions such as telework, biking, VTC, walking, etc. for those who use this transportation. Use the details below, line by line, or the above overview on this page to find traffic disruptions.

On Friday, March 25, 2022, buses and trams are very confused, but the subway is slightly affected by this strike, with only five lines confused. On the RER side, you don’t have to worry. All trains operate normally. The details of the March 25 turmoil are as follows:

  • Metro turmoil: Friday, March 25, 2022, lines 2, 7, 8, 9, and 13 will be slightly confused. On the other hand, traffic is normal on all other lines.
  • RER Suspension: On Friday, March 25, 2022, RERA and B managed by RATP will not experience a suspension. RERC, D, and E managed by SNCF are not affected by this strike.
  • Bus Confusion: Bus traffic was very disrupted on Friday, March 25, 2022, with 30% of the lines interrupted. For open lines, the average of two buses is one, depending on the sector. More detailed information from RATP will be announced this Thursday at 5 pm.
  • Tram Confusion: Except for T4 and T11, which are managed by SNCF, tram traffic is very disruptive. Plan two or three trams this Friday, March 25, 2022, only during peak hours of T1, T2, T3a, T3b, T5, T6, T7. Traffic is blocked all day at T8.

RATP Strike: Where to Find Real-Time Traffic Forecasts?

Several tools are available on the web to find out about future traffic jams. See this page to know the status of RATP traffic (metro, RER, bus, tram in real time). For RER, you can also follow your Twitter account @RERA, @RERB, @RERC, @RERD where @RERE.. To track train traffic in real time, visit the Transilien website.

After the dark day of February 18, RATP unions (CGT RATP, FO-RATP, Solidaires RATP, UNSA RATP, CFE-CGC Groupe RATP, La Base groupe RATP) will be mobilized in the metro on Friday, March 25, 2022. Continue to raise the general salary. “Today, RATP’s economic and financial indicators are green. Agents do not accept budget deficits and join the environment that provokes anxiety about openness to competition and serious company transformation,” said CGT. The representative explains. RATP Bertrand Hammache, in a letter to President Catherine Guillouard Parisian..

The bus and tram agent “Ground Network” will be mobilized on a large scale in protest of the consequences of the opening of the RATP Bus Network to competition from January 1, 2025. In a joint press release from UNSA, CGT, FO, SAT and CFDT, he condemns the “derogatory attitude of management” in the face of these “company agreements” and “claims for rising wages.”

VSThis March 25 strike may be unlimited and the press release will specify the union FO-Groupe RATP, which is the majority of metro drivers. “The issue of the form the movement should take and the indefinite strike will be discussed with employees in the coming weeks and will not be proclamed in advance by the union,” the CGT-RATP Secretary-General warned.