Paris Strikes: Continuing Updates for 30 Dec

UPDATED for Monday 30 Dec

Original Post:

Checking back in with everyone with an update about the current strikes that are ongoing in Paris. Please keep in mind that the situation is changing daily and to always check on official websites and sources for the most up to date information. Here is what I’ve been able to find:

Monument and Museum Closures

For up to date information, please check here for information from the Paris Tourist Office.


Air France ground workers are still on strike. Please be aware that some flights are being cancelled and to check with your airline for information about flights and rebooking or rerouting as needed.

Airport taxis are on and off again in strikes. If you need transportation to the airport, the ORLYVAL train (to Paris Orly airport) is operating as normal.

The Roissybus (to CDG) and Orlybus (to Orly) will operate on a normal schedule.


SNCF and RATP train companies still are on strike and have limited train services available throughout the Paris region.

RER A: limited service.

RER B: limited service

(**this is a shared line between RATP and SNCF all passengers will be required to transfer at Gare du Nord). All trains South of Gare du Nord will operate during the midday only! There will potentially be limited service all day between CDG airport and Gare du Nord.

RER C: NO service to Versailles. Line terminates at Brétigny and Massy-Palaiseau and Ermont Eaubonne and will be extremely limited.

RATP next-day traffic status (w/ metro map!)–

SNCF strike advisory:

International connecting trains have been experiencing some delays and cancellations (notably the Eurostar). DB German run trains are beginning to have delays and some cancellations. See link below.

DB –



Metro lines 1 and 14 are running as normal.

M1 stops:

M14 stops:

M14 stops:

Rush Hour Service (AM: 6:30 to 9:30 and PM: 16:30 to 19:30)

Limited Rush Hour Service: M3, M4, M5, M7, M9, M10.

AM Rush hour service only: M2 and M11.

PM Rush Hour Service only: M6 and M12.

No Service: M7 and M13.


Lines 1, 2, 3B, 5, 6 are operating as normal.


Operating at about 70% capacity.


As previously mentioned, the situation can be continually changing. This information is accurate as of 12/29. The strike is scheduled to last into early January.