Good news! The strike has been canceled and we hope you have a lovely week!
Looks like we are expecting a 24-hour transport strike on Monday 3 February, which will affect Rome’s buses, trams, metro and light rail services Roma-Lido, Termini-Centocelle and Roma-Civitacastellana-Viterbo, operated by ATAC.
The public transport strike will be effective from 08.30 to 17.00 and from 20.00 until end of service.
There will be no change to bus services provided by Roma TPL and Cotral, in the suburbs. Train services operated by Ferrovie dello Stato will be run as normal.
Possible stops, however, in the rest of the day. Bus lines 38, 44, 61, 86, 170, 246, 301, 451, 664, 881, 916 and 980, which carry out extended service, will be at risk of stopping even after midnight, and until 2 am of the night between Monday 3 and Tuesday 4 February.
As for the bus lines N, for these connections, the service will not be guaranteed exclusively on the night between Sunday 2 and Monday 3 February.
During the strike, the availability of lifts, escalators and stairlifts and the operation of the ticket offices is not guaranteed in the metro stations.
As mentioned above, the service of Cotral bus lines, Trenitalia railways (FL lines) and Roma Tpl bus lines will be regular.
More info on their website Muoversi a Roma website.
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