The strike against the pension reform this winter, and the epidemic due to the coronavirus have lost "a little over four billion euros to SNCF", said Thursday the secretary of State for Transport Jean-Baptiste Djebbari microphone to franceinfo.read also : 3 million tickets SNCF to less than 49 euros for the summer, announces Djebbari
Asked by AFP, the SNCF did not comment on these figures. "All transport operators are in a phase where they have dug a lot of losses", with little revenue, he noted. Not provided to increase the rates according to him, "you do not catch on to the customers".
The discussions on the financial situation of the transport operators, will take place "once we will be able to make the balance sheet strong, encrypted, loss of the SNCF, the RATP and the State has said that he will be present", he assured. "From September we will probably have the ability to draw up a balance sheet to roughly aim", said Jean-Baptiste Djebbari.read also : The strike weighed heavily on the results of the RATP in 2019
The elected officials in charge of public transport, meeting within the Group of the transport organizing authorities (Gart), are demanding that the State makes up the 4 billion euros of revenue lost due to the coronavirus, of which a good half in the Ile-de-France. If the offer of transport has decreased significantly during the confinement, the attendance has collapsed much more strongly, which has increased the costs per passenger carried.
The SNCF does not rule out job cuts. According to Jean-Baptiste Djebbari, "there will be a discussion with the trade unions, not so much on the job losses, but on the adjustment of recruitment, non-replacements. There is a duty of appreciation of the reality of the situation."The editorial team conseilleAprès the strike, the coronavirus is shaking to turn the SNCFGrèves : Jean-Baptiste Djebbari confirms a cost of "around one billion" euros for the SNCF22 commentairesserialle 04/06/2020 at 11:54 am
"cost" ? ... this is not a cost but a revenue shortfall .... which is, it is the price of the tickets ... always too expensive.Circonspectusle 04/06/2020 11:50
Its position in favour of Traore the strength permanently to my eyes.André 75le 04/06/2020 at 11:30 am
Is this serious ? This company has heinous shareholders who fill their own pockets the rest of the time : the taxpayers.
They will pay once again. The leaves are many, the unions reign supreme,
the wages there are lower than ever and the pensions are generous and early. The service is detestable. In short, the nec plus ultra du service public à la française.