NBRU members vote to end Dublin Bus dispute

More Dublin bus drivers have accepted the proposals put forward by the Labour Court in relation to the company's cost-cutting plan.

In a ballot today, around 2,000 members of the National Bus and Rail Union voted 57% in favour of the LC recommendations, effectively ending the dispute.

The cost-cutting plans include removal 120 buses from the fleet.

SIPTU drivers had yesterday voted to accept the recommendations.

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