No end in sight to San Francisco commuter strike
(Source: Reuters, October 21, 2013)
SAN FRANCISCO — San Francisco faced another day without its commuter rail system on Sunday with no talks scheduled to resolve the strike, and vigils were held for two workers killed in a track accident. The strike against the Bay Area Rapid Transit agency, which carries about 400,000 riders a day, began on Friday (October 18) after contract talks broke down over pay and workplace rules.
Full story: Reuters
Monday, October 21, 2013
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