Updated 3 June 2019
SNCF Trains Strike for all of France on Tuesday 4 June 2019. What was initially considered as a “protest”, without consequences on the trains schedule, it is now a real call for a strike. There will, therefore, be a Trains Strike with risks of disruption in the train traffic on Tuesday, June 4, and the evening before and until the next morning. National and international train traffic forecasts will be available on the SNCF website probably the day before the movement at the end of the afternoon.
Possible protests or demonstrations at airports, in the city center, and near government buildings
Traffic delays due to strikes and demonstrations
Disruptions and possibly some cuts in national and international train lines
Disruptions and possibly train cuts in Paris Airports – Paris train lines
Mitigating Factors to Apply:
Avoid all protests and demonstration, which have the possibility of turning violent
Allow extra time to travel
Avoid traveling through city centers and take bypasses
Monitor local and social media for updates
Enroll in the Safe Traveler program (STEP) to receive warnings from the U.S. Embassy
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