Buses operated by First in South Yorkshire are back on the road after drivers reached a deal with the firm.
Buses have started running again after the three-week strike.
It has emerged that drivers have been offered 30p an hour backdated to April of this year, and a further 30p an hour from April next year.
The breakthrough came at a meeting on Monday where an agreement was reached between the TGWU and First to end the three-week stoppage over pay.
Drivers will be balloted on the revised offer on Thursday.
The drivers began their strike on 20 July during a dispute focusing on pay and conditions.
First's commercial director Brandon Jones confirmed that negotiations were successful but urged passengers to be patient while the service gets back to normal.