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Please help - Train Strike Questions Oct 18

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We are currently booked to travel from Rapallo to Civatavecchia on 10/18. The transport strike is apparently going to affect our plans and we absolutely have to be in Civitavecchia on the 18th by 1pm.

I am thinking I need to go ahead and book alternate tickets for the 17th so as not to be stranded. I am concerned about delaying that decision as there are 8 of us traveling and we need to find a hotel in Civitavecchia that can accommodate our group for the one night.

We are unable to leave the decision until closer to our travel as the hotel in Rapallo will assess a penalty to drop one night after the 12th.

I found the list of guaranteed departures but the number of the train we are confirmed on does not appear anywhere. I cannot figure out if there a train on that route that will get us to our destination.

I have tried to reach Trenitalia by phone but they are busy and ask me to leave a name and number for a call back which from past experience is useless as they have never called back.

Any advice is much appreciated!

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