As labor strikes spread across Europe, public transportation workers in Germany walked off the job again. 

Germany was one of the stops of the protests by farmers across Europe that brought life to a standstill. In the country, airport and public transportation workers have been trying to make their voices heard to the Olaf Scholz government with work stoppages for a long time.

In Germany, airport workers went on strike at many locations yesterday, affecting 200,000 passengers. Today, a new strike started at bus and tram stations.

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With the call of the labor union Verdi, 90 thousand public transport workers stopped work to improve working conditions. The strike, which was called in all states except Bavaria, was a continuation of the strong voice of workers in recent weeks.

"The strikes will last from the beginning to the end of operations," Andreas Schackert, Verdi's group head for buses and railways, told Reuters.

Verdi's demands centered on improved working conditions, including reduced working hours and increased holiday entitlements.

"There is a dramatic labor shortage in public transport and incredible pressure on employees," Christine Behle, the union's vice-president, said last Monday, adding that bus and train services were canceled every day in all toll areas because there were not enough staff.