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Oh, no! SCIOPERO! (need help)

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I have train tickets from Bari to Florence, change in Bologna, in mid-March, and see now that there is a train strike in Emilia Romagna scheduled for my travel date. If the strike doesn't get canceled, then how does this work? The train leaves Bari at 9:38, arrives Bologna 15:14, then connecting train 15:35 to Florence. Does it just stop at the edge of the Emilia Romagna on its way to Bologna? Does everyone have to get off at the last stop before the ER region?

I hope someone can help me with this. The strike schedule says: Trenitalia SpA - Regione Emilia Romagna. Clicking on the Azioni tab, it says: Sindacati - Usb Lavoro Privato. What does all of this mean?

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