Several four-hour local transport strikes are planned on 28 April throughout Italy. The strikes are related to demands that a national collective bargaining agreement, which expired in 2017, be renewed. Bus, tram, and underground rail services are likely to be affected. The strike is likely to occur during the morning and early afternoon in most locations with some exceptions.
Localized transportation disruptions and delays
Limited availability of transportation resources
Possible demonstrations at transportation hubs
Mitigating Measures to Apply:
Prepare for local transportation disruptions, such as increased traffic and security, blocked roads, and potential travel into demonstration sites
Check the local situation (local and social media, embassy, POC at the destination, etc.) prior to travel
Avoid all protests and demonstration, which have the possibility of turning violent and may serve as a catalyst for Covid-19 spread
Allow extra time for local travel
Monitor local and social media for updates
Enroll in a Safe Traveler program to receive warnings from your preferred embassy
Confirm transportation availability before departing
Plan for alternative transportation, if necessary
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