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Friday’s commute hit by strike

Friday’s commute hit by strike

By Staff Writer - November 24, 2016

Photo: Pline
Photo: Pline

A one-day strike on Italian railways will have a significant knock-on effect on the local TER service to Monaco Monte-Carlo from points east during Friday, November 25, French train operator SNCF has warned.

Many trains travelling through Monaco from Nice will terminate at Menton Garavan, just short of the border, or at Rocquebrune Cap Martin, before travelling back through Monaco. Traffic will be affected between 6:14 am and 5:31 pm. The Italian strike will therefore have serious implications for daily commuters trying to come to the Principality from Ventimiglia and beyond.

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