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Busses Back

 

Updated : Apr 29, 2009


Dubliners made their way to work with relative ease this morning after drivers at Dublin Bus, who have been on unofficial strike since Sunday, returned to work.

It is understood that the company has lifted the suspension of the driver who initially refused to operate new schedules.
Eugene McDonagh, a member of the National Bus and Rail Union said full schedule will operate from thismorning.

Yesterday Dublin Bus rejected a settlement proposal from drivers engaged in the unofficial strike at its Harristown Depot.

The dispute began on Sunday after a driver at the Harristown depot was suspended when he refused to work a new schedule.

Dublin Bus said yesterday's action disrupted up to 150,000 passenger, but service resumed as normal today.

 

 

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