• Train Strike Information and Other Service Disruptions

    Last updated: 22 February 2024

  • SNCF: Strike

    Affected dates: 23 - 24 February

    Regional and long-distance trains.

    If your TGV or Intercités train is cancelled, please contact our Customer Service team to claim your refund.

    If you have a ticket for a TER train (or TER + TGV/Intercités) and it is cancelled, you will need to submit a claim with SNCF here.

    How can I see if my train is affected?

    You can search for your train on the SNCF website here. Any cancelled or disrupted services will be indicated in the results. We recommend that you check back regularly before you travel. 

    Please be aware that if your train is still running, it might be busier than usual because of the reduced service.

    Where can I find more information?

    For more information, we kindly ask that you check the SNCF website here.

  • WHEN RAIL GOES OFF THE RAILS…

    Disruptions happen, but they don’t need to stop your plans. If you still want to travel, but your train is cancelled, why not take the bus instead (or vice versa)?

    If there is an alternate mode of transport available for your route, it will show in the search results tabs on our website.

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Service Disruptions

Last updated: 22 February 2024

Affected dates: 23 - 24 February

Regional and long-distance trains.

If your TGV or Intercités train is cancelled, please contact our Customer Service team to claim your refund.

If you have a ticket for a TER train (or TER + TGV/Intercités) and it is cancelled, you will need to submit a claim with SNCF here.

How can I see if my train is affected?

You can search for your train on the SNCF website here. Any cancelled or disrupted services will be indicated in the results. We recommend that you check back regularly before you travel. 

Please be aware that if your train is still running, it might be busier than usual because of the reduced service.

Where can I find more information?

For more information, we kindly ask that you check the SNCF website here.

Disruptions happen, but they don’t need to stop your plans. If you still want to travel, but your train is cancelled, why not take the bus instead (or vice versa)?

If there is an alternate mode of transport available for your route, it will show in the search results tabs on our website.

all transport.png