The traffic of the Valenciennois trams remains completely at a standstill this Wednesday, after a fire near the network control office. substitute buses are in place.

No tram set left the Transvilles depot on Wednesday morning. The T1 and T2 lines have been paralyzed since Tuesday, 2:30 p.m., following the start of a fire near the network control office in Saint Waast. The personnel had to be evacuated, there were no injuries but the power supply to the entire network had to be cut. Bus traffic was also cut for a while before resuming in the afternoon.

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To replace the 30 trams obliged to remain at the depot, substitute buses are running. Work was carried out overnight from Tuesday to Wednesday for a rapid resumption of traffic but no deadline has yet been given.

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No tram in circulation this Wednesday in Valenciennes