Rail traffic disrupted until December 13 between Paris and Dijon

Rail traffic disrupted until December 13 between Paris and Dijon
Rail traffic disrupted until December 13 between Paris and Dijon

Since April 22, users of the Paris-Dijon rail line have been the collateral victims of the work undertaken on the tracks between Ancy-le-Franc and Aisy-sur-Armançon. Traffic will be disrupted until December 13.

Work is currently taking place on the railway tracks between Ancy-le-Franc and Aisy-sur-Armançon. “We chose to carry out this project from 9:50 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. because during these times, passenger train attendance is lower. We did not want to affect peak hours at the start and end of the day since there are a lot of demand. It was impossible to work at night since we have the majority of freight transport at that time”, explains Maxime Chatard, territorial director of SNCF Réseau Bourgogne Franche-Comté.

This choice resulted in the cancellation of five trains per day. The Icaunaise portion between Dijon and Paris is not served for TER n°17775, 17758 and 17760, as are regional trains 891377 and 891378.

No inconvenience from August 5 to 12, then work resumes

Until July 5, only one replacement bus was put in place to compensate for the lack of service. Arriving in Dijon at 2:47 p.m., this fallback solution leaves the Icaunais without a train until the end of the afternoon.

From the beginning of July, the line between Paris-Dijon will return to its classic timetables, for five weeks.

The work will resume on August 12, thus stopping services in Yonne between 9:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. This interruption will last until December 13 since after the end of this work between Ancy-le-Franc and Aisy -sur-Armançon, work is planned on the line between Venarey-les-Laumes and Dijon. “A substitute transport plan by coach will be implemented during the day,” announced the SNCF.

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Arthur Fafin

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