The dispute which caused the shutdown of the Glasgow Underground last week has been resolved.
The walkout centred on a disciplinary issue
No trains ran on the underground for more than four hours on Friday after 60 staff walked out.
The dispute was over disciplinary action against a union official, who had refused to work at a station where he had allegedly been attacked.
Strathclyde Passenger Transport and the T&G union reached agreement after three hours at conciliation service Acas.
Details of the settlement are being kept confidential.