circulation des trains, tramways, bus … à quoi s’attendre à Bordeaux ?
As on January 19, it is advisable to postpone your trips and telework on this second day of mobilization against the pension reform. Only 1 out of 4 TGVs planned for the Atlantic arc. Public transport will be slowed down.
The mobilization promises to be once again massive in France against the pension reform.
60,000 people marched in Bordeaux on January 19 according to the unions, 16,000 people according to the police, in a procession several kilometers long.
We can expect a similar mobilization on this second day of the inter-union strike.
SNCF links will be “severely disrupted” indicated SNCF which provides, as on January 19, one in four TGVs departing from and arriving in Bordeaux.
Only two out of five Ouigo will be in circulation and some intercity, such as Bordeaux – Marseille, will only offer one round trip.
At the level of the TER, “strong disturbances” are also announced in New Aquitaine from this Monday 7 p.m. until Wednesday 6 a.m.
The details of canceled trains will be given from 5 p.m.
In the agglomeration of Bordeaux, TBM announces ten bus lines removed all day on January 31.
Some frequencies will be reduced. Thus waiting times will be twenty to thirty minutes at peak times on lines 23 and 24. And some departures of buses 25, 32, 49, 71 and 90 will be removed.
Many lines should be able to run normally.
As for trams, no a priori impact on tram A and waits between 7 min 30 to 15 minutes to be expected on lines B, C and D.
The demonstrators are invited to regroup at Place des Quinconces from noon.
The procession will head towards the quays, then join the Place Pey-Berland via the Cours Alsace-Lorraine. The demonstrators will then march on the Cours d’Albret, Place Gambetta and Cours Clémenceau to finish at the starting point, Place des Quinconces.
The circulation of certain trams will be interrupted during the passage of the procession and certain buses will be diverted.