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Second Luas strike disrupts up to 90,000 passengers

Mediation talks on hold as gulf widens between Siptu and Transdev

18th February, 2016
No service.: Pic: RollingNews.ie

The second 48-hour strike in a week on Dublin's Luas light railway is under way, causing huge disruption to 90,000 passengers who use the trams.

National holiday St Patrick's Day will also be affected by a further planned stoppage.

SIPTU says it is prepared to negotiate on its claim seeking pay increases for drivers of up to 53 per cent.

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