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one in two trains will run in the region on Tuesday, traffic is variously disrupted in Ile-de-France

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The circulation of regional trains will be disrupted on Tuesday, October 18, due to a day of interprofessional strike, SNCF announced on Monday. The company thus plans one TER and one Intercity train out of two on average in France.

In the Paris region, traffic will be normal on certain lines (K, T11, T13). On the other hand, it will be severely disrupted on other lines (one train in three for the RER D and lines J and L of the Transilien). SNCF plans to run only one out of two trains on lines B and C of the RER, H, N and R of the Transilien, and three out of four on the RER A and line P. Three out of five trains will operate on the RER E, two out of three for line U, while there will be a tram every fifteen minutes on line T4.

The day of mobilization will only marginally affect TGV traffic, announces the SNCF.

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