The previous regional transport strike has only just ended and the workers are announcing another round of strikes. Do you often travel with an Arriva or Connexxion bus? Then read on quickly.

The CNV trade union reports that the next strike will last five days lasts and starts on Monday 6 February. Residents who travel by bus from The Hague to Delft or Westland, for example, may therefore have to arrange replacement transport.

Strike regional transport

Total fall 63. people covered by the collective labor agreement, including the employees of Connexxion and Arriva. In addition, the employees of Keolis, Qbuzz, Bravo, Hermes, Breng, Overal and OV region IJsselmond will stop working.

Good to know: if you want to take the train from The Hague to Delft, you will not be affected by the promotions. This is because NS employees are covered by a different collective labor agreement. So they are not participating in the strike. The same applies to most urban transport companies.

Better collective labor agreement

Employees are campaigning for a better collective labor agreement. The demonstrators believe that the workload is too high and wages are too low.

Do you still want to make an attempt to travel by bus during the action days? Just before departure, take a look at the travel planner of 9292


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