The company is warning potential pay rises could force it into bankruptcy.
Unions want an extra 3.75 per cent but the transport company has told the Labour Court it’s in a ‘perilous financial situation’.
It’s warned it may need to cut four routes to stay afloat – including Limerick to Ballybrophy and Limerick Junction to Waterford , aswell as Gorey to Rosslare and Ennis to Athenry.
Closing Gorey to Rosslare would save 4.4 million and shutting the Ennis to Athenry would raise 2.8 million Euro.
The lines have been listed on a submission to the Labour Court by the transport Company.