At Deutsche Bahn, the lock leaders are on strike and the commuters are the first to feel it. In Hamburg, too, only a few trains and trains will run from Monday.
Hamburg – The strike of the German train drivers' union (GDL) also affects commuters in the greater Hamburg area. From Monday, August 23rd, trains and S-Bahn trains will only run to a very limited extent in and around Hamburg. The strike should last until Wednesday morning.
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On the strike days, the S-Bahn S1, S3 and S21 will run, which will cover all stops. However, they only run about every 20 minutes. The metronome trains run normally, but passengers have to forego most of the other long-distance and local trains. Only about 25 percent of all trips take place as planned. The car is not a good alternative on Monday either, because due to a truck accident, clean-up work is still going on on the B5 until Monday afternoon. If you can, you should stay at home in the home office. * 24hamburg.de is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.