More traffic is expected in Brisbane as bus drivers continue their strike for a second day.
Thousands of commuters were left stranded yesterday, on the first day of the strike, and delays are expected for the second morning of the strike.
Buses stopped from 4:30 am to 6:30am this morning at Carina, Upper Mt Gravatt, Toowong and Eagle Farm.
ARTICLE CONTINUES AFTER THIS ADVERTISEMENT
Translink warned there will be flow on effects and recommends commuters find an alternative way to work.
Deputy Mayor Adrian Schrinner, on Monday, accused the drivers of leaving the public “high and dry”.
The industrial action is centered around proposals to pay increases, safety conditions and issues following the fatal attack on driver Manmeet Alisher last year.