The unions CGT and FNCR called a drivers’ strike, Monday 4 October 2021, to protest the outsourcing of several bus routes in the Toulouse conglomerate. Major traffic disruptions to the bus and tram network were announced.
Users of public transport in Toulouse will have to patiently put up with their problems tomorrow. Or, create a Plan B to reach who works and who goes to schools.
Tisseo already announces “Major disruptions in the bus and tram networkNext Monday, October 4th, traffic should be significantly slowed down or even paralyzed for a large part of the day.
▶ ️ Due to a social movement, major disruptions to the bus and tram network are expected.
👉 The metro service will be provided normally.
👉 More info in real time tomorrow from 5:15am on our website https://t.co/q0m42R3zCU and the app pic.twitter.com/aDy0HGgv6u
– Tisséo travelers (@infoTisseo) October 3, 2021
Originally a social movement. Unions CGT and FNCR have called on customers to strike. In question, the project of subcontracting the use of several lines in the metropolitan area of Toulouse, scheduled for 2022. CGT urges employees to demonstrate “Strong opposition to subcontracting, it is no longer up to employees to pay the huge expenses of societyAn unconvincing reference to the construction of the third metro line in Toulouse.
Beyond outsourcing, unions are afraid to see different employment contracts and inequality between drivers.
Concretely, sit-ups should begin shortly after 5 am. Tissio, which offers real-time tracking of traffic development from 5:15 a.m. on its website and mobile application, and ensures that there are no interruptions on Lines A and B of the metro.
Movement can last several days.
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