Public transport strikes in Rome on 6 July

National strikes proclaimed by public transport unions.

Rome commuters will be affected by several nationwide public transport strikes on Thursday 6 July, including a 24-hour strike action.

Two of the strikes, declared by various trade unions representing public transport workers, are scheduled between 08.30 and 12.30, and 11.00 and 15.00, respectively. The 24-hour strike is programmed from 08.30 to 17.00 and from 20.00 until end of service.

The strikes will affect Rome’s buses, trams, metro and light rail services Roma-Lido, Roma-Viterbo and Termini-Centocelle, as well as routes operated by Roma TPL, the capital’s suburban bus company.

A nationwide strike which had been scheduled for 26 June was called off after the intervention of Italy's transport minister Graziano Delrio.

For details see city website.

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