Lisbon metro strike

lisbon metro strike

Why are workers at Metropolitano de Lisboa going on strike?

Workers at Metropolitano de Lisboa (ML) will carry out new partial strikes on Wednesday and on the 27th, between 5:00am and 9:00am, in protest against a lack of working conditions. In a statement released today, the carrier states that, as circulation is expected to be affected, “the transport service will start from 9:30 am”.

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 is the Lisbon subway strike 2018?

Bob, the expatriates assistant in Portugal, tells you everything about the Lisbon subway strike on Thursday 17 October 2018.

Why are the Workers of the ML on strike on Friday?

The workers of the Metropolitano de Lisboa (ML) will carry out a new partial strike on Friday, between 5:00 am and 9:00 am, in protest against the lack of working conditions in the operational area. In a statement, the carrier states that, as circulation is expected to be affected, “the transport service will start from 9:30 am”.

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.

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?

How safe is the Lisbon Metro?

Will Lisbon subway workers strike on Thursday?

Indeed a partial strike of workers of the Lisbon subway is scheduled for Thursday morning and chaos is ensured for all those who use the metropolitan Lisbon every day. No minimum service will be provided for the traffic, according to the decision of the arbitral tribunal rendered Tuesday.

Is there a metro system in Lisbon Portugal?

The Lisbon Metro (Portuguese: Metropolitano de Lisboa) is the metro (subway) system of Lisbon, Portugal. Opened in December 1959, it was the first subway system in Portugal.

What is the history of the underground railway in Lisbon?

The idea of building a system of underground railways for the city of Lisbon first arose in 1888. It was first proposed by Henrique de Lima e Cunha, a military engineer who had published a proposal in the journal Obras Públicas e Minas (Public Works and Mines) for a network with several lines that could serve the Portuguese capital.

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