Philly transit headache
UPPER DARBY, Pa. - The city of Philadelphia is without transit service today after a union representing about 4,700 workers went on strike over the lack of a contract. The system provides nearly 900,000 rides a day including nearly 60,000 school students. TWU President Willie Brown says the two sides remain far apart on pension and health care issues, as well as scheduling and other measures that affect driver fatigue.
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