Traffic is almost normal on Monday January 20. RATP drivers voted in majority for the suspension of the movement. The users are relieved Monday morning.
Crosswords, laptops or reading… Parisians are back to their ways in the metro on Monday, January 20. This is the first Monday in 46 days that traffic is almost normal. Users are relieved, but some cast a bitter glance at the social conflict. “It’s less stress because we arrive late, we arrive home on time“, Says a Parisian. “I am very happy that it is resuming. It has gone on too long“, Testifies another at the microphone of France 2 Monday morning.
New strike on January 24
“We are at the end. There was not much obtained. I think the strike was not the right way ”, considers a young man. No more hassle, the D system and extended routes. “It was more than crowded. We climbed on it, so to speak. It was the first time that we saw the queue in the corridors of the metro in times of strike ”, declares another user. Will the respite be short-lived? A new day of inter-professional strike against the pension reform is scheduled for Friday, January 24.