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TransAdelaide says it is pleased it was able to provide extra train services for Adelaide's Christmas pageant yesterday despite an ongoing strike by outsourced maintenance workers.
The workers walked off the job on Thursday over an enterprise bargaining dispute.
TransAdelaide general manager Roy Arnold says the effort put in by staff over the past three days has been impressive.
"Despite the strike we've maintained all our peak services both morning and evening and we've maintained the extra services for the pageant," he said.
Mr Arnold says careful planning and hard work by TransAdelaide employees meant around 25,000 passengers were able to take advantage of the extra services on offer yesterday to attend the pageant.
He says train services will run to timetable today and the striking workers are due to return to United Goninan at 9:00am ACST.
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