Due to the nationwide warning strike on Monday, Deutsche Bahn will completely stop long-distance traffic.
Neither ICE nor IC will use it.
Berlin – Deutsche Bahn will stop all long-distance traffic next Monday due to a large-scale warning strike in the transport sector.
Also in regional traffic “mostly no trains will run”, the group announced on Thursday.
"According to statements by the union, the first effects of striking employees are already possible on Sunday evening," it said.
The warning strike will therefore still affect rail traffic on Tuesday.
Strike: Deutsche Bahn stops long-distance traffic – this applies to booked tickets
Passengers who have booked a train journey for Monday or Tuesday can still use the ticket flexibly up to and including April 4th, Deutsche Bahn announced.
Seat reservations could be canceled free of charge.
The group promised to provide more detailed information about the effects of the warning strike as soon as possible.
With the large-scale nationwide warning strike, the railway and transport union (EVG) and Verdi want to paralyze large parts of public transport next Monday.
Long-distance and regional rail transport, almost all German airports, waterways and ports as well as motorways are affected, as both unions announced on Thursday in Berlin.
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