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Translink announce Voluntary Exit Scheme.

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Public Transport Operator, Translink have announced a voluntary exit scheme aimed at cutting up to 60 jobs.

This comes as the company the faces a cut of £13m, approximately 20% of their overall funding.

The scheme is aimed at cutting the costs of management, administration and overheads by around £3.1m annually. £1.1m more than had previously been forecast.

Translink have said that the reduction in funding will not effect front-line services.

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