Only four Transilien lines will be disrupted with two out of three trains on Thursday on lines H, J, L and R. The RER C will also be slightly affected with two out of three trains in circulation.
Everywhere else traffic will be normal. The RATP will be affected by a social movement located on the trams. Lines T1, T3a and T3b will be very disrupted with partial operation during peak hours and on limited portions of the lines only.
Traffic will be disrupted on line T2 with trains running only between 5.30 a.m. and 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. and 10 p.m.
RATP tram drivers, who declared this movement only on Tuesday, are protesting against the modification of their working conditions which came into force on August 1.
Like their fellow bus drivers, they must now work a little more every day in exchange for a salary increase in order to adapt their working conditions to the opening up to competition.