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Romania switches to Daylight Saving Time

Romania switches to Daylight Saving Time, on the night from Saturday to Sunday, when 3:00 am will become 4:00 am.

The switch to Daylight Saving Time does not change the current timetables of trains, Romania’s National Railway Company  (CFR) informed.

Passenger trains will run by observing the current time until the night of March 28/29, 2015, when 3:00 am will become 4:00 am. After 4:00 am, the trains will depart at the times set in the current timetable, observing Daylight Saving Time.

“Thus, a number of 69 trains, including six international ones, 26 Interregio and 37 Regio ones, in circulation between 3:01 am and 4:00 am (winter time), will reach destination at times changed. Given that this switch to Daylight Saving Time in neighbouring countries will occur on the same day, Sunday, March 29, 2015, between the border stations with the Republic of Moldova, Hungary, Serbia, Ukraine and Bulgaria, trains will run according to the timetable in effect,” reads the CFR release.

 

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