Lisbon metro strike

lisbon metro strike

When are the Lisbon Metro workers going on strike?

Lisbon Metro workers are to meet on Tuesday for a new partial strike, between 05:00 and 09:30, as wage negotiations with the company have failed, with a stoppage of the service expected.

What time does the Lisboa Metro stop running on April 29?

On the Metropolitano de Lisboa (ML) website, the company states that “due to a strike called by the union organisations representing ML workers for April 29, the company plans to stop the transport service from 6:30 am at 09:00 and train circulation resumes at 09:30”. Normally, the metro runs between 06:30 and 01:00.

When was the strike notice delivered in Portugal?

The strike notice was delivered on 6 October “due to the lack of answers to the questions raised, either in meetings with the Minister of Environment or with the president of ML-Metropolitan de Lisboa”.

What are the lines of the Metropolitano de Lisboa?

The Metropolitano de Lisboa operates with four lines: Yellow (Rato-Odivelas), Green (Telheiras-Cais do Sodré), Blue (Reboleira-Santa Apolónia) and Red (Airport-São Sebastião), from 06:30 to 01:00 every day. The Portugal News provides, free, independent, honest and unbiased news in print, online, on social media and in emailed newsletters.

What time is the Lisbon Metro strike on Friday?

Lisbon Metro (ML) workers will carry out a partial strike on Friday between 5 am and 9 pm, and according to the company and unions, transport service constraints are expected during that period.

When is the partial strike at Metropolitano de Lisboa?

Workers at Metropolitano de Lisboa (ML) will carry out a partial strike on 14 April (Thursday) and April 22 between 5:00am and 10:00am, according to the company. In a statement, Metropolitano de Lisboa informs that, on both days, the forecast is that the transport service will only start at 10:30am.

What time does Metropolitano de Lisboa stop running?

On its official website, Metropolitano de Lisboa informed that, due to a strike called by the union organisations representing the workers, the company plans to stop the transport service from 6:30 am to 9:30 am and to resume train circulation from 10:15.

When was the strike notice delivered in Portugal?

The strike notice was delivered on 6 October “due to the lack of answers to the questions raised, either in meetings with the Minister of Environment or with the president of ML-Metropolitan de Lisboa”.

The Lisbon Metro operates every day, including weekends, from 6:30 a.m to 1:00 a.m (time of departure of the last train from the terminal stations of each line). Until what age can children travel for free on the Metro network?

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Are fuel tanker drivers in Portugal threatening to go on strike?

The Portuguese government has promised to step in but the FCO warned: Portuguese fuel tanker drivers are threatening strike action from 12 August for an unspecified period. If you’re travelling to Portugal over the coming weeks, be aware that the strike may cause disruption to travel and other non-essential services.

What happened in Portugal’s Faro?

A strike by truck drivers in April this year left several Portuguese airports short of fuel, including Faro, one of the biggest tourist hubs in the country. It was the worst industrial action faced by the Socialist government in its four-year administration.

When will Ryanair pilots go on strike in August?

The dates for the strike are 00:00 August 21 until 23:29 August 25. Theres also a separate strike by Ryanairs UK pilots thats set to take place later this month and in September.

What does the energy emergency declaration mean for Portugals energy crisis?

Environment Minister Joao Pedro Matos Fernandos said the announcement amounted to a pre-emptive declaration of an energy emergency, which would allow the government to take special measures such as mobilising the army to ensure fuel supplies. The strike may still be averted through talks.

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