No. The EVG strikes the entire train, so that long-distance, regional, and S-Bahn services come to a standstill. In regional traffic, “mostly no trains will run,” said the railway company. There are also local public transport companies in Bavaria, Baden-Württemberg, Hesse, Lower Saxony, North Rhine-Westphalia, Rhineland-Palatinate and Saxony. “There will be severe delays throughout Germany, including the transport services in all the areas mentioned,” the unions said. Verdi had already brought buses and trams to a standstill in these countries at the beginning of March.
The Munich transport company has so far assumed that there could be restrictions on the underground, tram and bus lines in the state capital. However, as on previous strike days, there are plans to maintain at least part of the operation. All the details on the impact of the strike in Bavaria read here.
In Hamburg and Berlin buses, trams and subways will run. But with the S-Bahn operated by the railway, massive restrictions can also be expected in these two major cities.