Over 150,000 passengers look likely to be hit by an Irish Rail strike tomorrow.
Staff are walking off the job in a row over pay, as they seek a 3.75% rise to match Luas and Dublin Bus drivers.
However, management were only willing to offer a 1.75% increase during talks at the Workplace Relations Commission.
The stoppages will affect a number of services, including the DART and Commuter services.
No Intercity, DART or Commuter trains will operate tomorrow Wed 1st November due to industrial action. Full info: https://t.co/RqguZY1cxG
— Iarnród Éireann (@IrishRail) October 31, 2017
The strike will affect all commuter routes including the Dublin-Limerick, Dublin-Tralee and Galway to Limerick routes.
Tomorrow will be the first of five days where no trains will be running. The other dates are:
- Tuesday 7th November
- Tuesday 14th November (includes Ireland v Denmark World Cup Play-off at Lansdowne Road)
- Thursday 23rd November
- Friday 8th December