Dublin Bus is to operate a full service tomorrow.
A strike is being suspended after management and unions accepted a Labour Court invitation to enter talks aimed at ending the dispute.
Commuters in the capital have been facing a third day of disruption today, over the company's decision to implement a cost cutting plan.
Dublin Bus says it will suspend the implementation of the Labour Court recommendation to allow the talks to proceed.
SIPTU and the National Bus and Rail Union say their members will cease striking from tomorrow morning as a result.
Dublin Bus says it will work this evening to ensure that buses are ready to enter service tomorrow morning.
The company is also apologising to customers for the inconvenience and disruption caused over the past number of days.