The SNCF plans Friday a traffic plan without much change compared to Thursday, the eleventh day of a renewable strike against the pension reform. SNCF Voyageurs still counts on two TGV Inoui and Ouigo out of three, three Intercités out of five, no night train and one TER out of two on national average, according to management forecasts.

In the Paris region, traffic will remain the most deteriorated on line R with still two trains out of five on average, but it will improve on the RER D with three trains out of five and the resumption of traffic between Châtelet-les-Halles and Gare de Lyon. Three-quarters of the trains must run on lines A, E, N and P, two-thirds on lines C, H, J and L, and half of the usual service for the SNCF part of the RER B (to the north).

Still in Ile-de-France, RATP expects "almost normal" traffic on RER A and 2 trains out of 3 on its part of RER B (south). The service will be normal on lines K, U, T4, T11 and T13 on the SNCF side, as well as on the metro, bus and tram networks of the RATP.

SNCF Voyageurs has not communicated an outlook for the weekend.

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