In Berlin and Brandenburg buses and trains are scheduled to stop on Friday.
The warning strike is scheduled to last 24 hours and begins on Friday (October 09, 2020) with the start of operations (3 am) and is also scheduled to end at 3 am on Saturday. In Berlin, all BVG areas are affected: Subway, streetcar and most of the public buses will be at a standstill.
These busses are running in Berlin on Friday despite the BVG strike
106, 112, 140, 161, 163, 168, 175, 179, 184, 234, 275, 284, 334, 341, 349, 363, 369, 370, 371, 380, 399, 740, 744, N12, N23, N34, N35, N39, N40, N52, N53, N56, N58, N60, N61, N62, N67, N68, N69, N77, N84, N88, N90, N91, N95, N97 Lines 218, 283, 395, 398 operate with restrictions. Short term changes are possible.
Eight federal states affected by public transport warning strike
In the wage conflict with the employers in the public transport sector (ÖPNV), the trade union Verdi has extended its call for a warning strike for Friday to these two federal states as well, it announced on Tuesday. This means that eight federal states will be affected this week. The background is the demand of the Verdi Federal Association for a nationwide uniform collective wage agreement for the approximately 87,000 employees in public transport. The Association of Municipal Employers' Associations (VKA) had rejected this again on Tuesday.
Last edited: Wednesday, 7. October 2020 10:43 Uhr