On Thursday night, the 24-hour stoppage of the Italian railways begins on 9 o’clock, with airborne workers on Friday and urban public transport.
First of all, Italian railroad workers will cease work: on Thursday night from 9.00 to 9.00 pm ferry crossings throughout Italy (excluding Piedmont and Valle d’Aosta). International flights and the high-speed rail network are provided, and the Italian airports are fast-track, but local train services are only guaranteed on Friday morning and afternoon rush hour.
The strike was proclaimed by the Italian trade unions as a protest against the planned privatization and liberalization of the transport sector. In Italy most often traffic workers strike. Graziano Del Rio, Minister of Transport, said difficulties could be expected due to traffic paralysis.
Alitalia’s Italian airline said about 170 flights last Friday. Air travel was provided only in the morning and late afternoon airtime, but the airlines and airlines of the Italian airline joined the strike so it is worth asking for information about the operation of the flights prior to departure. Because of the airspace, Italian flights can stall until Saturday morning.
The urban public strike follows a different schedule everywhere: in Rome, from half past nine in the afternoon to five, and from noon to night, buses, trams and metros do not return again. Milan also provided breakfast and early evening services, but the experience of public transport is paralyzed in the event of a traffic strike, and the Italians attempt to reach their own vehicle, which increases the traffic jam on Friday.