Rail union RMT welcomed a pay deal with Transport for Wales (TfW) today.
After intense negotiations and no strike action, RMT members won between a 6.6% and 9.5% pay rise, on the Welsh government owned operator.
RMT General Secretary Mick Lynch said: “I congratulate members on securing a negotiated settlement on pay and conditions.
“RMT has now secured deals with the devolved governments in both Wales and Scotland.
“The union has also secured pay deals on TfL and several areas where metro mayors are in charge of the railway franchise including companies like Merseyrail.
“The Westminster government is the odd one out and needs to create the conditions for RMT to secure a negotiated settlement with Network Rail and the train operators on working conditions, pay and job security.”