NBRU CORK DRIVERS WILL KEEP DISTRUPTION TO A MINIMUM

Cork bus drivers vow to keep services going despite vote for industrial action Bus workers have voted strongly in favour of action but union chief says it could be limited to minimise grief for passengers. Bus Eireann workers in Cork are determined to limit disruption...

Christmas anti social behaviour bus curtailment

NBRU ONCE AGAIN CALLING FOR DEDICATED TRANSPORT POLICE AS ANTI SOCIAL BEHAVIOUR RISES AND BUSSES IN TALLAGHT ARE THREATENED WITH CHRISTMAS CURTAILMENT.A MEETING TODAY IN TALLAGHT IS EXPECTED TO HAVE A FULL ATTENDANCE WITH GARDAI,DUBLIN BUS,NBRU REPS , LOCAL TD’S...

Quiet reflection room

FOLLOWING REQUESTS BY OUR MEMBER’S WE WROTE TO DUBLIN BUS MANAGEMENT WITH A REQUEST FOR A ROOM FOR QUIET REFLECTION.WE HAVE BEEN INFORMED THAT A ROOM IN DONNYBROOK DEPOT IS TO BE MADE AVAILABLE FOR QUIET REFLECTION BE THAT FOR PRAYER FOR ALL DENOMINATIONS OR...

Nbru anti social behaviour campaign Irish times article

As part of our continuing campaign for dedicated transport police.Nbru members have spoken to the media about the effect assaults have on them read the article here:...

Retirement of ex national executive frank Kenny

General secretary joined family and friends of ex ringsend NBRU national executive and worker director on the occasion of his retirement.A great supporter of our union and a valuable representative who worked tirelessly for the members for a long number of years.We...