Eight out of ten TGVs will be running on May 7 and practically all trains will run during the Ascension and Pentecost bridges.
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Towards a return to (almost) normal traffic. SNCF will strengthen its service to support deconfinement from May 3, and offer an almost normal service at Ascension and Pentecost, SNCF Voyageurs CEO Christophe Fanichet announced Monday April 26. “Today, you have about four out of ten TGVs running, reduced mobility obliges, (…) one Intercités in two and eight TER in ten. As of May 3, we are putting together this transport offer so that French people can travel “, he explained on Europe 1.
SNCF will run more trains during weekends, eight TGVs out of ten on May 7 and “practically all” during the May Bridges, he added. Reservations are already open, as well as for the summer holidays in July and August.
The SNCF must also unveil a new more readable pricing on June 1 and will at the same time give up overbooking and extend the services of low-cost TGV Ouigo, especially in Brittany. The CEO by SNCF Voyageurs also announced that the company would offer offers to teleworkers.