Hundreds of bus workers in Devon are set to suspend upcoming strike action after management tabled new pay proposals.
The strike action was due to start on Friday 13th October, Tuesday 17th October and Monday 30th October 2017 but has been suspended.
The RMT union has instructed its members to work as normal on those days.
Hundreds of Stagecoach bus workers in Devon are set to stage a series of strikes in a dispute over pay and conditions.
Members of the RMT Union based at the Exeter, Torquay and Barnstaple garages intend to hold a 24-hour walk out on three separate days in October.
If it goes ahead the first strike will be on Friday, October 13, with another on October 17 and a third on October 30, all running for 24 hours from 4am.
The strikes will involve drivers, cleaners and engineers.
Union leaders are asking Stagecoach bus drivers in the South West to decide whether they should strike over pay.
RMT say the company's pay offer is below inflation and so is effectively a pay cut in real terms.
The union will ballot 750 staff in Exeter, Torquay and Barnstaple before deciding whether to strike.
Stagecoach South West says it has worked closely with union representatives over several months to try to agree a pay deal.