If the mobilization was in full swing this Saturday, the birthday of the Yellow Vests will continue throughout the weekend. As a result, some metro stations will not reopen this Sunday.
This Saturday, 23 stations have not been served, because of the anniversary of the movement of yellow vests. On Sunday, 10 stations will remain closed. "The trains do not mark the stop, the connections are not assured," says the RATP on its website.
Lines 1, 2, 6, 8, 12 and 13 touched
From 7 am, on line 1, the metro will not stop at the Tuileries, Argentina, Georges V, Champs-Élysées-Clémenceau, Charles de Gaulle-Étoile, Franklin D.Roosevelt, and Concorde stations. Line 6 and 2 will skip the station Charles de Gaulle-Étoile.
Three stations will also be closed on line 13: Champs-Élysées-Clémenceau, Invalides and Varennes. On the 12th, closed doors for Concorde and National Assembly. The 8 will remain affected at the Concordes and Invalides stations.
Finally, the RER C will not stop at the Pont de l'Alma and Champ de Mars-Eiffel Tower stations. As a reminder, you will not be able to fall back on line 4, closed until 10 am this Sunday.