Last week's Luas strikes caused havoc for thousands of Dublin commuters, as people struggled to get to work and home with one of the city's major transport links cut off.
Now, Luas drivers have threatened two more strike days in March – and that's on top of the additional strikes planned for this Thursday February 18 and Friday February 19.
Yep, you might want to make alternative arrangements for travel on Tuesday March 8 and St Patrick's Day, Thursday March 17.
While March 17 is a bank holiday, it is one of Dublin's busiest days of the year for public transport, as tourists flood the city and residents leave their cars behind to avoid traffic during the annual Patrick's Day parade.
The ongoing dispute is the result of calls by Luas staff for improved working conditions, with some staff members calling for pay rises of up to 53 per cent.
An estimated 90,000 commuters were disrupted by last week's strikes, with this Hailo video showing just how many people had to turn to taxis and other budget-busting methods of transport to get to work:
Other people chose to walk along the tracks:
— *eamononom (@eamononom) February 11, 2016
And some resorted to battling their way onto overcrowded buses during peak hours:
this #LuasStrike is ridiculous I normally hop on any bus with ease at stop 2070 and I'm not joking 10 have rejected me and I'm gonna be late
— Anna |-/ (@Fuentiits) February 11, 2016
Here's hoping this dispute gets resolved sooner rather than later.