November 22, 2014
Government unblocks bus drivers' conflict, UTA lifts strike
Cabinet Chief Jorge Capitanich announced today UTA bus drivers’ union lifted the strike that was to affect long distance services for three days, following a meeting with the government.
“People will be able to enjoy they planned vacations, as we have reached an agreement to lift the strike scheduled for February 1, 2 and 3”, Capitanich said from the Government House.
UTA employees will perceive an additional $1200 per month, and an increment of $70 for travel expenses.