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Top ten ways to get around without the train

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Top ten ways to get around without the train
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13:48 CET+01:00
As Germany braces for a 98-hour rail strike, millions of travellers are going to have look for creative ways to get around. The Local List has ten suggestions.

Necessity is the mother of invention, they say. The train strike may not necessarily mean train passengers have to invent ways to get around, but you might have to think more broadly in terms of options.

From existing, non-striking parts of the infrastructure, to more radical ways to move, The Local List brings you ten ways to stop any excuses for staying stationary during the four-day train strike.

10 ways to get around during the train strike

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