Commute chaos kicks off pivotal week for French pension reform Commute chaos kicks off pivotal week for French pension reformNorris as much of the public transport system grinds to a halt for the fifth consecutive day, 10 of the French Capital 60 Metro lines just to I’m running as normal, while for offering Francis public train operator has people, depending on Suburban trains, to stay at home. To avoid overcrowding on platforms for the few available trains strike block several typos travel pale stuff is beginning to test commuters patients. I think this is necessary, but it’s complicated for everyone trying to get to work understand they all is going about things. The right way by broken people like this, it’s not acceptable, it will turn against them. Honestly, I don’t see myself doing this all week, Elaine’s on some ring roads around the Paris region. What open so cautious can we at least free passengers? National Road Authority reported 620 kilometers of gridlock during rush hour. The average is 150 km destruction, unions have called for another day of sun protests choose day. A crucial week for Emmanuel Macron’s signature pension reform began with a heavily gridlocked Monday morning rush hour in the French capital under a pounding rain. Skies are apt to darken further this week for commuters, tourists and businesses alike as the reform is fleshed out and unions dig in. FRANCE 24 takes a look the state of play on the fifth day of nationwide strike action and previews the key week ahead.
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