The strike called both in Renfe like in Adif For this Friday, February 9, it is having little follow-up according to information from official institutions. Specifically, the Railway Infrastructure Administrator (Adif) assures that in the capital of Cordoba no worker has supported the strike union in the early hours. During the night shift, at the station Cordova There were 16 workers and they all went to their jobs with normality, according to official information. In the morning shift, of 182 employees, only 11 were absent. In total, the accumulated percentage in the first two shifts is 5.5 percent of follow-up.
At these hours the convening union, CCOO (which was later joined by the Railway Traffic Union), has not reported on the degree of acceptance of the strike in Córdoba. Now, the fact that in the capital of Cordoba almost all the workers have gone to their jobs does not mean that there has not been delays in trains passing through the citysince they may be affected at their points of origin.
Half morningthe Renfe website informed that Five trains heading to Seville have been suspended (of all kinds) for this Friday on the occasion of the strike, out of a total of 28 links. Towards Madrid, there have been 6 convoys of 22 planned departures that have had to suspend the service. In the Malaga direction, 5 out of 15 have been affected. Taking into account only the departures from Córdoba to these three destinations, the percentage of trains suspended due to the strike has been 25 percent (16 of 65 trains).
The unions ask for the unblocking of the agreement for the implementation of the working day of 35 hours per week in Adif, which was already negotiated between the General Business Committee and the company, and that of the entry categories in Renfe. The agreement on the 35-hour working day in Adif has been blocked by the Ministry of Transport and Sustainable Mobility.
Instead, the agreement reached in Renfe on the income categories It has a positive report from the Ministry of Transport and Sustainable Mobility, but the Public Service has not yet issued its report. CCOO is waiting for a response from the Public Function that could still make it possible to call off the strike in Renfe.
He Ministry of Transport and Sustainable Mobility has determined essential services to ensure the mobility of travelers and goods during the strike day of 75% on Cercanías at rush hour (from 6:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m., from 1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. and from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.) and 50%, the rest of the day.
As to Media Distancia, the resolution of the ministry establishes that 65% will circulate in minimum services of the 641 trains scheduled for tomorrow, that is, 420, meaning 221 are cancelled.
Regarding high-speed and long-distance trains, 241 will circulate, 73% of the total of 330 scheduled, leaving 89 cancelled.