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After a meeting with the SNCF, the Hauts-de-France indicated that they would not resume payments to the railway company only after a tangible improvement in the quality of service, currently undermined by delays and cancellations. The SNCF promised at this meeting a "large recruitment plan and redistribution" and a special effort for nine lines, those that suffer the most damage.
After repeated setbacks on the ter, the Hauts-de-France go up to the niche. The region has announced that it would not resume payments to the NCNF only when the service of these regional trains, which suffers from delays and cancellations, will have improved. "The day the problems will be settled, we will pay the backlog," said Franck Dhersin, Vice-President of the Region, two days after the announcement of the suspension of payments to the public company because of the judged quality. insufficient service.
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While welcoming "very constructive" interlocutors, Mr. Dhersin said the region would resume monthly payments of some 40 million euros when theremoval rate will redeescend around 2.9%, against "6 to 9.5%" currently. The SNCF promised at this meeting a "large recruitment plan and redistribution" and a special effort for nine lines, those who suffer the most damage, like Lille-Douai-Amiens-Saint-Quentin and Paris-Beauvais .
Thehad already presented a recovery plan at the end of October. She acknowledged in a statement that this plan had allowed "technical progress" but not yet "visible results" for users, who complain of canceled trains without communication upstream and trains too short, so crowded. The Region also requires the reimbursement of user subscriptions for the last four months "calamitous", subject on which the SNCF must make proposals, according to Mr. Dhersin.
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"It will take until March to find (a service) acceptable", anticipates Mr. Dhersin, stressing that a year is necessary to form a train driver. For the Vice-President of the Region, this situation highlights the need for state investments to allow SNCF to hire and maintain the network.
He also deplored that the "30 million euros of pre-tax profits" of the TER Hauts-de-France last year were served to fill the "TGV hole" rather than investing for regional trains.
The CEO of the SNCF, Jean-Pierre Farandou, had recognized Thursday on Franceinfo that the company had "not anticipated a number of difficulties" In this region, citing as main causes the leaves on the tracks, game and COVID that delayed driver formations.
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