Rome faces a public transport strike on Monday morning.
Rome commuters can expect disruption to public transport services on Monday 8 February due to a four-hour strike called by various trade unions representing transport workers.
Programmed from 08.30 until 12.30, the strike is to affect Rome's network of buses, trams, metro and light-rail services Roma-Lido, Termini-Centocelle and Roma-Nord.
Unions say that the strike action is over a range of issues, from renewal of contracts to working conditions during the covid-19 pandemic, according to local media reports.
For official information about upcoming strikes see the transport ministry website.
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