NYC Transit Strike Nixed New York City transit officials and union negotiators announce a tentative three-year agreement that will spare the city's seven million subway and bus riders a potentially crippling strike. Cindy Rodriquez of member station WNYC reports.
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Deal Averts Threat of NYC Transit Strike

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Deal Averts Threat of NYC Transit Strike

Deal Averts Threat of NYC Transit Strike

Deal Averts Threat of NYC Transit Strike

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New York City transit officials and union negotiators announce a tentative three-year agreement that will spare the city's seven million subway and bus riders a potentially crippling strike. Cindy Rodriquez of member station WNYC reports.