Dublin commuters are making contingency plans for tomorrow, the first working day of the Dublin Bus strike.
The strike by the National Bus and Rail Union and SIPTU is in protest at the company’s cost-cutting plans.
Dublin Bus said the strike, which began yesterday, will cost the company €600,000 each working day.
The Dublin City Business Association has already warned that the strike is taking place at the height of the capital’s tourism season.
Meanwhile, the NBRU has not ruled out the possibility that the strike may extend to Irish Rail.