Traffic information

Here you’ll find travel news and planned engineering works that will affect our TGV Lyria services.

Transport plan : details of train traffic

Last update: 04/07/2022, 19:06


  • Due to strike on 06 July, TGV Lyria train services are affected.


Trains cancelled on 06 July 2022

- TGV Lyria 9203 - departure at 07:22 from Paris Gare de Lyon

- TGV Lyria 9226 - departure at 16:34 from Basel
 

If your train has been cancelled, you can exchange or cancel your ticket free of charge with your original purchasing channel before your train departs, regardless of your original ticket conditions. 
 

  • Due to engineering works on the line in France and Switzerland, travel will be especially disrupted in the first half of 2022. Trains between Paris and Zurich will terminate in Basel (in both directions):
    • From 19 April to 1 May
    • From 26 May to 24 July
    • The weekends of 24 and 25 September, 22 and 23 October, and 3 and 4 December

The Basel<>Zurich connection will be provided by an SBB train service, which can be booked alongside your TGV Lyria ticket. 

Please note: If you book your journey using SNCF Connect or another SNCF channel, you will need to book two separate tickets. Book your TGV Lyria ticket for your Paris<>Basel journey on SNCF Connect as an e-ticket. Then book your Basel<>Zurich segment through SBB or on sbb.ch/en You can also book your entire journey at an SBB station or at sbb.ch/en.


  • Due to works planned for the weekends of 17/18 and 25/26 September as well as for the weekends of 1/2 and 8/9 October, the impact of which on our traffic has not yet been determined, it is currently not possible to book TGV Lyria tickets in the direction Switzerland > France for those dates.
     

Please check the PDF summary: Travel disruption from February to August 2022 (Update coming shortly)

Information on your journey can be obtained on SNCF.com

Real-time traffic updates

Real-time traffic information sncf.com


The timetables shown on our tgv-lyria.com site could vary by a few minutes depending on related engineering works planned throughout the year. However, the times shown on booking platforms and tickets do take these schedule changes into account.