Gyeonggi-do, Organizes and operates emergency transport countermeasures headquarters in preparation for cargo union strike

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As the Korean Confederation of Trade Unions Public Transport Workers Cargo Solidarity Headquarters announced an indefinite general strike from 0:00 on the 24th, Gyeonggi-do will start operating the emergency transport countermeasures headquarters from the 22nd until the end of the strike to minimize inconvenience to residents.

As the Korean Confederation of Trade Unions Public Transport Workers Cargo Solidarity Headquarters announced an indefinite general strike from 0:00 on the 24th, Gyeonggi-do will start operating the emergency transport countermeasures headquarters from the 22nd until the end of the strike to minimize inconvenience to residents.
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As the Korean Confederation of Trade Unions Public Transport Workers Cargo Solidarity Headquarters announced an indefinite general strike from 0:00 on the 24th, Gyeonggi-do will start operating the emergency transport countermeasures headquarters from the 22nd until the end of the strike to minimize inconvenience to residents.

The provincial railroad and port logistics bureau has formed three countermeasure headquarters, including a general team, a transport team, and a public relations team, as the head of the headquarters, and plans to respond step by step depending on the situation at the site.

In preparation for strikes, the province plans to provide support so that cities and counties can smoothly obtain transportation permits for private vehicles. Owners or transporters who own a general-type truck (cargo truck) and tow-type special vehicle (tractor) with a maximum load of 8 tons or more among private trucks submit an application to the nearest city, county, or district and receive a permit, from the 24th to the 30th (re-extension by 7 days) can be paid transportation (business activity).

Owners of private cars can drive by attaching a permit to the upper right corner of the front windshield of the car, and towing special vehicles weighing 10 tons or more are exempted from highway tolls.

The provincial government plans to cooperate in this process so that residents are not inconvenienced by promoting support and identifying trends.

“We plan to maintain a close cooperation system with the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport until the end of the strike,” said Go Byeong-soo, head of the Logistics and Ports Division in Gyeonggi-do.

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