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Note that this strike impacts the Southern part of the line, managed by RATP. So traffic should be ok for travel from Gare du Nord to CDG. But AF travellers going to/from ORY should look at alternatives such as AF coaches or Orly-Bus.
Traffic from Chatelet les Halles down to Robinson, Massy-Palaiseau and Saint Rémy-lès-Chevreuse is expected to be 50% of trains at peak times and 25% at off-peak times.
Thanks for the info. As a consequence I've checked the rest of my route for post 22:00 (RER B, RER A and Transilien) There's the strike, engineering on RER A and a replacement bus service on the Transilien. I'm getting a cab.