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Catch Public Transport? This Is What You Need to Know

Brisbane's council bus drivers will go on strike for two hours for two mornings next week following protracted negotiations over a new enterprise agreement.

The Rail Tram and Bus Union says council drivers had overwhelmingly voted for protected industrial action, and stoppages would occur from 4.30-6.30am on both Tuesday and Wednesday.

The union says the issues angering drivers are shift work requirements and workplace health and safety provisions, especially in the wake of the murder of Manmeet Alisher while driving a council bus in Moorooka last October.


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