Trains Running As Normal Today Following Strike
Trains are running as normal across the country this morning after yesterday's 24 hour strike.
More than 150,000 passengers faced travel disruption because of a pay dispute between management and workers at Irish Rail.
Transport Minister Shane Ross is being urged to intervene before another four days of planned industrial action kick in.
But Siptu's Greg Ennis says his members are resolute:
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