On the Sintra line, there is no need for a strike for trains to be full | reporting

Throughout the train stations on the Sintra line, the word that the information panels show the most is “suppressed”. It is the last day of strike with minimum services from CP and Infrastructures of Portugal (IP) and Sónia Veiga, 40 years old, hopes to be able to go to work. She had arrived at the Agualva-Cacém station even before 2 pm. It has been more than an hour and no train has passed.

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