Three grades of Luas staff vote to accept pay deal

Three grades of Luas staff vote to accept pay deal

The three non-driver grades at Dublin's Luas service have voted to accept the latest pay offer from Transdev - which will see staff receive pay increases of up to 13% over the next three years.

Revenue protection officers voted to accept the deal by 69%, while revenue protection supervisors agreed to accept the deal by 86% following a ballot this afternoon.

Traffic supervisors voted 75% in favour.

Meanwhile, Luas drivers are also expected to meet with Transdev - the company that operates the tram service - today to discuss their long-running pay claim.

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