Philadelphia’s transit strike is over. The week-long work stoppage that sidelined subways, trolleys, and buses and threatened to complicate a closely contested presidential election ended in the predawn hours Monday. The city’s mass transit system gradually returned to service Monday morning, with full service promised before Tuesday morning’s commuters begin their treks to work — just in time for Election Day. “It’s unfortunate,but we all work together and it all comes out in the end,” said Pasquale Deon, SEPTA’s board chairman.
Source: Drudge Report

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