NYC Transit Strike Ends, Union Agrees to Talks Bus and subway services resume after a three-day strike. The Transport Workers' Union and Metropolitan Transportation Authority agree to return to the negotiating table. Transit employeers are now working without a contract. At left, buses roll out of the Harlem bus depot.
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NYC Transit Strike Ends, Union Agrees to Talks

Bus and subway services resume after a three-day strike.

New York City Buses, Subways Back on Track

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Transport Workers Union Leader Roger Toussaint

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New Yorkers Cope with Second Day of Transit Strike

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Labor Issues, History Behind New York Transit Strike

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The True Cost of the NYC Transit Strike

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NYC Commuters Head to Work on Foot

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