Latest on Public Transport strike

Some Dutch media just reported, Dutch union CNV asked its members to start the postponed national regional public transport strike Wednesday morning.

Dutch union FNV wants to consults its members first. The result may be made public late this evening.

CNV told journalists the latest mediation attempt had failed. Unions cancelled the strike planned for today, to allow more time for mediation.

CNV called on its members to cease work for 72 hours starting Wednesday morning. Depending on the result of the FNV consultation, members of this union may join the strike.

Vereniging Werkgevers Openbaar Vervoer (VWOV) the organisation representing employers, refused to comment but will likely make a statement later this evening.

Keep an eye on public transport websites, to see how a 72-hour-long strike may affect your travels from early Wednesday till Friday.

Hermes already announced Wednesday’s strike on its website.


Translator: Kate

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