guaranteed timetables and list of trains

An eight-hour Italo train strike is scheduled for tomorrow, Sunday 14 May 2023, from 9 to 17. Many trains will be canceled but the company has communicated a list of guaranteed trains.

Difficult day for those who have to travel with high-speed trains tomorrow, Sunday 14 May 2023, because of one Italo train strike lasting eight hours, from 9 to 17. Abstention from work for all personnel of the Italo Ntv company was jointly called by all the main railway workers’ unions to protest against the blocking of negotiations for the renewal of the employment contract , which expired in December two years ago. It is therefore a strike within Italo which will not involve any employee of Trenitalia whose trains will run regularly.

The reasons for the Italo strike on May 14th

The Italo Ntv train strike on Sunday 14 May was called by the trade unions Filt-Cgil, Fit-Cisl, Uiltrasporti, Ugl Ferrovieri, Orsa Ferrovieri and Fast Confsal after “the negotiation for the renewal of the contract, which expired in December 2021, came to an abrupt halt after eleven months of close confrontation, due to the company’s unavailability and closure attitude in providing concrete answers to the requests of the trade unions”. “The reasons behind the strike – explain the trade union organizations – concern in particular the insufficiency of the economic proposal and the non-payment of the performance bonus within the terms established by the agreements, despite the productivity levels achieved by the personnel”.

“We will continue along the mobilization process undertaken, also hoping that society will show tangible signs for resolve the conflict situation determined, in the interest of male and female workers who, thanks to their work and commitment, have allowed the continuation of activities and the achievement of significant economic results for the company” concluded the workers’ representatives.

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The timetable of the Italo train strike on Sunday 14 May

The Italo train strike will last eight hours and precisely from 9.01 to 16.59 on Sunday 14 May. As the unions explain, all trains with departure times prior to the start of the strike and arrival within one hour of the start of the strike itself, i.e. before 10 am, will be guaranteed. Trains arriving after one hour from The start of the strike will be suppressed or may be guaranteed with route limitation at the first station suitably equipped for replacement services for travellers. In any case, Italo communicated that some trains will be guaranteed during the strike, indicated as “minimum services”.

The list of guaranteed trains

In fact, Italo spa has announced that some minimum services will be guaranteed during the strike on 14 May, drafting a list of guaranteed trains lasted eight hours of stop of the workers of the railway group. These are 44 high-speed trains to which must be added a train that will arrive at its destination within an hour of the strike and one guaranteed only for a part of the route.

Trenitalia does not participate in the strike

Trenitalia trains will not be affected by the strike on May 14, neither local nor long-distance and high-speed. Being a protest relating to Italo workers and the internal contract, in fact, no other company will be affected by the stoppage.

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