Demonstrations on road interchanges or on the bypasses of several cities led to traffic slowdowns or blockages, such as in Rennes where pallet lights were lit on the southern bypass, severely disrupting traffic until the end of the morning. with miles of cars and trucks at a standstill in both directions.
South of the city, access to the Vern-sur-Seich oil depot is blocked, according to Eric Sellini, CGT coordinator for the oil branch.
Towards Lorient, disturbances occur on the N165 which connects Brest to Nantes.
In Caen, the ring road had to be partially closed due to a demonstration.
In the North, traffic filtering operations on roundabouts have been reported in Salomé (Nord), near Lens, and Epinoy, near Cambrai, according to the prefecture.
Near Boulogne-sur-Mer (Pas-de-Calais), a hundred demonstrators, CGT flags in number, block the three accesses to the Inquétrie business park, according to an AFP correspondent. Pallets have been set on fire and no truck can enter or leave this area which includes, among other things, a school bus depot and a garbage collection truck storage yard.
In Marck, near Calais (Pas-de-Calais), an interchange serving an industrial area is closed due to a demonstration.
In Bordeaux, a snail operation has been set up in the city center by the CGT-Energies.
Public transport disrupted
Bus traffic was disrupted in Rennes on certain lines, according to the Star network manager.
In Metz, demonstrators have been blocking the city's bus depot since the beginning of the morning, causing very strong disturbances, the local authority announced on its Facebook page.
Tarbes-Lourdes airport was occupied early Monday morning for more than two hours by around 300 demonstrators, without blocking passengers or bursting onto the tarmac, according to a union representative. The lights of the buildings were temporarily cut off, said Jean-Maurice Darboucabe, elected CGT Energies Béarn-Bigorre.
Operation similar to the airport of Pau-Pyrénées, in New Aquitaine, where militants of the CGT-Energies cut the current of the infrastructures of the airport as well as the surrounding municipalities for about twenty minutes "to sensitize the elected officials in departure for Paris", before the vote of the motions of censure.
The General Directorate of Civil Aviation (DGAC) asked airlines on Friday to cancel 30% of their flights on Monday at Paris-Orly and 20% at Marseille-Provence, due to the strike action by air traffic controllers against the pension reform.
On the SNCF side, where the renewable strike has entered its 14th day, four out of five TGVs and two thirds of the TERs are in circulation, according to forecasts from the railway company. Traffic is still disrupted on the Ile-de-France network.
Always uncollected waste
In Paris, garbage collection is still disrupted despite the requisitions ordered by the prefect, the effect of which is limited, according to several district mayors contacted by AFP.
The police headquarters indicates that it has allowed 115 dump trucks to circulate Monday morning in the capital, as well as the unblocking of three waste sorting centers in the inner suburbs.
Having come to requisition personnel in the dumpster garage in Romainville (Seine-Saint-Denis), the police saw the strikers leave the site, but were able to allow around ten trucks out of 80, driven by non- strikers, to get out.
Many service stations were affected in the South-East by fuel shortages, against the backdrop of a strike in shipments to refineries, with 50% of stations affected in the Bouches-du-Rhône, compared to around 8% nationally, according to public data analyzed by AFP.
In Meurthe-et-Moselle, a filter dam has been installed at the entrance to the Cerville gas storage site, "currently at the lowest possible storage volume", according to a union official.
In Saint-Etienne, strikers from the CGT Energy occupy one of the three electricity transmission stations in the region.
The Lyon Museum of Fine Arts announced on Twitter that it would be closed on Monday, "given the occupation of the museum by a delegation of artists opposed to the pension reform".