Just when it seemed that the Luas drivers couldn’t turn public opinion against them any further, they’ve only gone and ramped things up.
After multiple strikes during the work week affecting commuters, and an upcoming one targeting Paddy’s Day, they have just announced they’ll also be striking on Easter Sunday and the following Bank Holiday Monday as well.
It isn’t just any other Easter either, because as we all know that weekend will feature commemoration of the 1916 Rising.
People are not going to be happy about this, and it is hard to see where it will all end…
— Newstalk (@NewstalkFM) March 2, 2016
The #Luas drivers need to get a grip!It’s beyond a joke now!!
— CROSSY (@CrossyTweets) March 2, 2016
Would the #Luas drivers ever give it up-if Homer Simpson can drive one well then I’m sure it ain’t worth the €70k a year they want
— sean ellis (@sean83p) March 2, 2016
@rtenews There was no Luas on Easter Monday 1916 either..history repeating itself ????
— Daniel J.B (@djmonsun) March 2, 2016