Bus services in the New Caledonian capital, Noumea, are expected to return to normal by tomorrow after police broke up a blockade by unionists.
They had shut down the Carsud company premises for ten days in protest at the sacking of an employee.
But a director of Carsud has told RFO radio that the empolyment dispute will not be revisited.
He says his priority is to put in place again a service for the entire population, in particular the young ones who sit exams on Wednesday.
A union spokesman has deplored the police action, saying that is a new stage because the only means the directors at Carsud found for dialogue was to call the police force.