Irish Rail staff to walk off the job tomorrow
Tomorrow's rail strike looks inevitable with 155,000 commuters needing to make alternative plans.
Iarnrod Eireann workers will mount the first of five days of action over a pay dispute.
They want a 3.75% pay rise every year for the next three years, which the company says is unaffordable.
Barry Kenny from Irish Rail says the strike will cost them 900,000 euro a day - and tomorrow's disruption looks set in stone:
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