Which sectors are blocked in your regions this Tuesday?

All eyes are on the Palais Bourbon. It is in fact to the Assembly that Prime Minister Gabriel Attal must present his general policy declaration this afternoon and undoubtedly announce measures to respond to the demands of farmers that he was unable to satisfy last Friday despite a first round of proposals. But eyes will also be turned towards Rungis, which is being targeted by a convoy of tractors leaving Agen and led by the Rural Coordination. The FNSEA, in the majority, prefers to maintain the blockade around the capital, without forgetting all the blockages in the various regions of France. Update on the situation on Tuesday, January 30.

In Pays-de-la-Loire

In Maine-et-Loire, the A11 motorway was still cut this Tuesday morning in both directions between the towns of Seiches-sur-le-Loir and Durtal. Actions are also announced on the A87 motorway between Angers and La Roche-sur-Yon. In Vendée, farmers are based at the Essarts, Boufferé and Sainte-Hermine tollbooths. Traffic is also complicated in Mayenne where farmers have dumped tires in front of several state buildings in Laval, Château-Gontier and Mayenne. In Sarthe, things are also still stuck on the nearby A11 and A28 while the difficulties are less this Tuesday on the roads of Loire-Atlantique.

In Brittany

Blocking actions intensified this Tuesday in Ille-et-Vilaine. Since mid-morning, the RN157 between Rennes and Paris has been cut off to traffic in both directions in the commune of Châteaubourg. Farmers are also blocking the RN137 in Bain-de-Bretagne and the RN24, near Rheu and Chavagne, in both directions. In the Saint-Malo region, action is also being implemented at the Miniac-Morvan interchange. In Morbihan, the blocking of the RN165 near Kervignac and La Roche-Benrard is still in progress while filter dams are announced from midday in the Vannes and Ploërmel sectors. In Finistère, it is the status quo with the still ongoing blocking of the RN164 in Carhaix and Pleyben, the RN165 in Quimper and the RN12 in Ploudaniel. Finally, in Côtes-d’Armor, several blockages were announced during the day on the RN12 and the RN164.

In Hauts-de-France

The prefecture announces a complicated day for motorists in Pas-de-Calais, near Arras, Saint-Omer and Calais. A snail operation is therefore planned on the A16 from Calais. Another snail operation must be deployed on the RD939 to the west of Arras (at Tincques) and to the east with a filter dam installed on a roundabout (Dury) towards Cambrai. In the district of Saint-Omer, the Setques toll barrier on the A26 must be blocked. In the afternoon, several roundabouts will also be paralyzed in the area.

In the Oise, significant slowdowns are expected on the A16 between Méru and Montsoult, near the La Croix Verte commercial area, announces the prefecture.

In New Aquitaine

In New Aquitaine, the A10 motorway is cut in both directions between Saint-Maixent (Deux-Sèvres) and Poitiers (Vienne). But the bulk of the mobilization of farmers is taking place in Gironde: several filter dams have been installed on roundabouts in Libourne. The demonstrators also target mass distribution purchasing centers in the Beychac-et-Cailleau sector. Other filter dams were installed in the south of the department, in the Sauveterre-de-Guyenne sector.

In Occitania

This Tuesday, farmers in Occitanie decided to block Toulouse-Blagnac airport. Having left around 8 a.m. from rallying points located on the outskirts of the Pink City (Aussonne, Pibrac, Colomiers, Cornebarrieu in particular), they reached their target around 10:30 a.m. Their action causes major slowdowns on the Toulouse ring road and enormous disruptions in the airport area.

Elsewhere in Occitanie, Vinci Autoroute indicates that the A9 is still cut in the direction of Spain between Nîmes Est and Gallargues (Gard). Same thing, in both directions, for the A54 between Arles and Nîmes, for the A20, near Montauban (Tarn-et-Garonne), for the A62 between Montauban and Valence d’Agen. A portion of the A64 is also closed from Montréjeau (Haute-Garonne) to Soumoulou (Pyrénées-Atlantiques).

In the Grand-Est

Like the other highways that connect Paris, the A4 is blocked. Still in the same place since Wednesday morning: in Meuse, with a compulsory exit at Fresnes-en-Woëvre, in the direction Strasbourg -Paris; at the Voie Sacrée in the Paris-Strasbourg direction. On the same axis, a convoy of tractors headed towards the capital. Things are also jammed elsewhere in the former Lorraine. Precisely on the busy A31 between Nancy and Metz, around Pont-à-Mousson. Diversions have been put in place.

Further south, the A33 is not spared around Nancy between diffusers 3 to 7. In northern Meurthe-et-Moselle, the RN52 is cut by two tractors at Brehin-La-Cour. In Alsace, the blocking of the M35 which crosses Strasbourg is scheduled for this Tuesday afternoon, from 3 p.m. It will take place like last week: near the military necropolis of Cronenbourg for an announced duration of at least twenty-four hours. In the Haut-Rhin, no dam was officially planned.

In Provence-Alpes-Côtes-d’Azur

In Paca, the blockages are concentrated north of Avignon and around Aix-en-Provence. In Vaucluse, the most active department, the A7 motorway is still closed towards Marseille between Chanas and Bollène where farmers have dumped lavandin straw on a supermarket. In the opposite direction, it is the section between Avignon and Chanas which is cut off to traffic. In Cavaillon, farmers from the Confédération Paysanne are blocking two logistics platforms.

Let’s go back down to Aix-en-Provence, where the exit ramp to the A51 at Jas-de-Bouffan is still busy, as is the Barque toll on the A8. In fact, the A51 motorway is blocked in both directions at the junction with the A8 motorway.

Further north, in Haute-Provence, FDSEA farmers now occupy the A51 interchange where they filter and inventory imported goods. They were received by the prefect at the end of the morning. Concerning the west of the region, traffic conditions do not present any difficulties in the Var, the Côte d’Azur and the Alpes-Maritimes.

In Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes

The situation is similar to that of Monday. Particularly in Lyon, where farmers reaffirmed their desire to block strategic points to paralyze the entrance to the city. Thus, traffic is cut off on the A7/M7 motorway, between exit 6 and diffuser 4. Since Monday 5 p.m., the A6 has also been occupied by farmers, installed in front of the Villefranche-Limas tollbooth. Gilles Brenon, vice-president of the FDSEA of Ain, assured the Progress, to be there, “at least for the week”. Same state of mind for the occupants of the A43, between Bourgoin-Jallieu and La-Tour-du-Pin, blocked in both directions. The Saint-Quentin-Fallavier toll must also be busy during the day. In the direction of the mountains, traffic is also difficult. The A40 is cut in both directions. And the 2×2 lanes which connect the country of Gex to Switzerland will be paralyzed “all day and night”, according to the Young Farmers’ Union.

In Normandy

Like Monday, the A13 motorway is blocked for a dozen kilometers, in both directions, between exits 16 (Douains) and 17 (Saint-Aubin-sur-Gaillon), reports Ouest France. Alternative routes via the secondary network have been put in place. In Manche, Rural Coordination plans to block the A84, at interchange 33, near Ducey. Finally, in Seine-Maritime, snail operations target the A28 and the A29.

In Ile-de-France

Paris is surrounded and all access blocked according to Sanef (French highways). To the north, the A1 is closed in both directions. Between Senlis (60) and Roissy-en-France (95) in the direction of Paris and near Épiais-lès-Louvres (95) in the opposite direction. The A16 is also closed in both directions near Isle-Adam (95). Please also note that the access ramp to the A16 on the N184, near Nerville-la-Forêt, is also closed.

The A4 is completely blocked between Serris (77) and Ferrières-en-Brie (77) near Disneyland, in both directions, like the A5a, closed at Réau (77) in the direction of Paris and at level of Moissy-Cramayel (77) in the Paris-Province direction.

Further south, the A6 remains blocked at Villabé (91) in the Paris-Province direction, at the D260 bridge and the A10 in both directions at Dourdan (91), at the interchange n°10 just after the St-Arnoult toll. To the west, the A13 is closed in both directions near Mantes-la-Jolie (78), at interchange no. 12, after the Buchelay toll and the A15 is closed towards Paris near Argenteuil (95), at exit no. 2.

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