Rea Vaya drivers go back to work

By Andy Rice 15 June 2010

The Rea Vaya bus drivers who went on strike on Monday, leaving thousands of fans having to seek alternative transport back from Soccer, are due back at work today. They have reached an agreement with Clidet, the company that runs the buses, over pay for extra work during the World Cup.   Read more: Sport24

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