Even if President Emmanuel Macron looks likely to win his battle against the French rail unions, rail strikes are due to continue until the end of the month and possibly on into the summer if some unions get their way.
Rail workers have staged weeks of rolling strikes against the plans, vowing to walk off the job two days out of every five until June 28. (Scroll down for calendar below)
Despite Tuesday June 12th's “day of rail anger” that caused a spike in delays and cancellations for France's 4.5 million daily rail passengers, the number of striking workers has steadily tapered off in recent weeks. One union, the CFDT even asked on Tuesday for the strike to be called off so school pupils can get to their exams.
The SNCF said 17.6 percent of workers took part on Tuesday — down from around 34 percent in April — although 53 percent of train drivers walked off the job.
But even though the overall number of strikers is dwindling, the fact that the number of drivers joining the industrial action remains above the 40 percent mark means there is still plenty of disruption on the rails.
While the majority of TGV services run as normal on most strike days, regional TER and Intercité services plus Transilien commuter trains around Paris are harder hit with just over half of services running.
If you need to travel on a strike day then you'll likely only know at 5pm the day before if your train is running. The SNCF website
and the call centre on 3635 will be able to help you find out if your train is operating.
But it's not just rail workers who are striking in June.
After 15 days of industrial action since February, unions representing the airline's workers have announced four more for the month of June.
The new strike days are set to take place on Saturday June 23rd, Sunday June 24th, Monday June 25th and Tuesday June 26th in the next stage of the unions attempt to secure a 5.1 percent wage increase for employees at the airline.
Overall previous strikes have seen around a quarter of Air France flights cancelled. The airline will normally contact you if you are affected.
However the government is confident that the militant action will not lead to a fuel shortage as similar blockades have in recent years.
The calendar below shows the remaining rail worker strike days in blue, Air France strike days in red and the days when the blockades of fuel depots are due to take place in black.
However things may change suddenly so we will try to keep you updated.