Romania is moving towards the summer of 2022. The change will take place Saturday night

Every year, on the last Sunday of March, the Romans give their clock an hour earlier because Romania changes the daylight saving time. Thus, except for the fact that we sleep less, March 27th will be only 23 hours instead of 24 hours.

The CFR Călători declares that switching to daylight saving time does not change the flow of trains in effect and that transport will be carried out according to the schedule provided while the trains are running.

Trains operated by CFR Călători will run after the current time (winter) until the night of March 26/27. At 3.00, it will become 4.00. After 4.00 pm, trains will depart at the scheduled time, depending on the official summer time.

Trains operated by CFR Călători will be in service after 3.00 pm, ie at 4.00 pm, and will depart at 4.00 pm – 5.00 pm if they coincide with the regular departure times. Leave in order of rank.

In Romania, daylight saving time was first introduced in 1932. From 1943, the practice of switching to daylight saving time was discontinued and reintroduced in Romania from 1979. In 1996, the benefits of postponing the time by one hour were taken into account. In the summer, to make the most of daylight hours, this schedule has been extended to one more month in Europe.

Since 1997, summer in Romania begins on the last Sunday in March and ends on the last Sunday in October, in all European countries.

In 2019, the European Parliament voted in favor of a proposal to waive the obligation to switch to daylight saving time in the EU, but according to the plan, each member state has the right to decide whether to retain or grant the current system. Changing time.

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Daylight saving time was first proposed in 1895 by New Zealand entomologist George Vernon Hudson. Today 110 countries around the world use this mechanism. In Europe, Iceland is the only country that does not use daylight saving time. Russia has been implementing this system since 1981, but abandoned it 20 years later on the grounds that it did not want to put pressure on its citizens.

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