The strike began on Monday and stopped all train traffic in Finland. View a list of the first trains that will begin operating on Friday.
The Railway Union Finland’s (RAU) strike has ended, the government-owned railway company, VR, notes in a statement. The strike began on Monday and stopped all train traffic in Finland.
In a nutshell, the accepted terms in the negotiations between RAU and the Service Sector Employers (PALTA) include a salary raise for the locomotive drivers (4%), and the rest periods are increased.
The train traffic will, according to VR, return to normal by Friday morning.
Here’s a list of the first trains that will begin running on Friday, March 24:
C62 from Kajaani to Helsinki at 03:40
IC40 from Vaasa to Helsinki at 04:44
S2 from Joensuu to Helsinki at 04:58
IC102 from Imatra to Helsinki at 05:02
S35 from Helsinki to Oulu at 05:03
A list of the first commuter trains that begin operating:
K-train from Helsinki to Kerava at 04:04.
P-train from Helsinki at 04:18
I-train from Helsinki at 04:36
R-train to Riihimäki at 04:20
L-train from Helsinki to Kirkkonummi at 04:33