(Photo via Telam/ Paula Ribas)

As you probably already know, union leader Hugo Moyano will be leading a protest in the city center today, with workers from different unions and several other supporting political and social organizations joining the march.

While we know you care about the sociopolitical issues behind the march (in fact, you can read more about it here), we know what’s really on your mind: Will the march affect my day when I try to move around the city?

Don’t worry. We’ve got you covered.

Luckily for you, most transportation workers aren’t participating in the strike, so trains, subtes, and buses will be operating as normal. The big exception is SUTEBA, the subway workers union, which is joining the march, but it’s already been established that all six subway lines plus the premetro won’t be affected. In conclusion, the only real issue for public transportation will be avoiding the protests themselves in the center of the city. While the protest will begin at 3 PM, buses will start avoiding the area around midday. We’ve outlined below the areas that buses won’t travel near.

The affected lines include: 2 – 5 – 6 – 7 – 8 – 9 – 10 – 17 – 23 – 24 – 26 – 29 – 39 – 45 – 50 – 56 – 59 – 60 – 64 – 67 – 70 – 86 – 91 – 96 – 98 – 100 – 102 – 103 – 105 – 109 – 111 – 126 – 129 – 140 – 146 – 180 and 195, according to Infobae.

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Good luck!