Often nothing went ahead in Munich on Tuesday.
The Verdi union called for a public transport strike.
Distance rules were out of the question.
On Tuesday (September 29) there was a strike on buses, underground and trams in Munich.
There was also a signal disruption on the S-Bahn.
Many commuters got stuck in traffic on their way to work.
- strike alarm in corona times!
The walkout at the
Not only because a number of
were late for work or school.
completely out of order by 6 p.m.,
that were running.
Corona * distance was out of the question!
MVG strike in Munich: only a few tram lines were running - buses every 20 minutes
total of around 800
According to trade union secretary Franz Schütz, around
80 percent of
Munich drivers took
part in the
tram line 19
from 6 a.m. and lines 16, 17 and 27 from 7.30 a.m. could be served.
Just like the
, they only ran every 20 minutes.
The result: many
were so overcrowded that the doors could hardly be opened.
Bicycle traffic jam at Sendlinger Tor.
- Andreas Schubert (@schubertandi) September 29, 2020
is out of place," complains
MVG spokesman Matthias Korte
It is extraordinary that
on strike at such an early stage and so massively.
at the negotiating table.” In Corona * times, the
was carried out twice on the passengers' backs.
You can find everything about the MVG strike in Munich in our news ticker.
MVG strike in Munich: To make matters worse, there was a signal interference on the S-Bahn
the effects were not quite as serious.
"The trains were only occasionally full," said a spokeswoman for the railway.
Annoying: it was just another To make matters worse between 7 and 8:30 AM
Individual trains had to be diverted and there were delays.
: By 9 am, TomTom Traffic, a specialist in navigation systems, reported the number of reported
as 294. The
total length: 234 kilometers
traffic jam level
was 30 percent above the comparison value from 2019.
The S-Bahn was full on Tuesday.
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collective bargaining is
running now, we cannot be active in a year," said Franz Schütz from
The union secretary, who is responsible for the transport industry, wants to
an end to the years of
calling for a nationwide
for around 87,000 employees in local public transport.
Beamtenbund DBB are
4.8 percent more money, at least 150 euros,
for the nationwide 2.3 million collective
from the federal and local governments.
MVG strike in Munich: For the time being, the only work stoppage in public transport this week
This week, it should not expected to
At the five municipal
however, the employees will be resigning from work on Wednesday (September 30) - parallel to the
conference of health
(Bautz / Köstler)
Many Munich residents and commuters were stuck in traffic on Tuesday due to the MVG strike.
Is the MVG strike justified in Corona times * or irresponsible *?
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