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Luas passengers warned they are in for continued disruption

Talks stick on pay scales as relations break down

25th March, 2016
Transdev Managing Director Gerry Madden talking to the media outside Workplace Relations Commission in Dublin. Pic:

Luas drivers are to resume their strike action over the Easter weekend as passengers are warned they could be in for continued disruption to their commutes.

The Easter Sunday and Easter Monday strikes will be followed by further disruptions the following weekend and on two further dates in April.

Siptu divisional organiser Owen Reidy, representing the striking workers, said that the situation between drivers and managers...

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