From CNN: NYC gets ready to strike out.
If New York City bus and subway workers strike when their contract expires at 12:01 a.m. ET Friday, there will be "no winners," Mayor Michael Bloomberg said as he described the contingency plan to deal with a possible mass transit shutdown.
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UPDATE III -- December 16: From FoxNews: NYC Transit Union Calls Selective Strike.
The New York City transit union called for a strike Friday against two private bus lines after a night of intense bargaining failed to produce a deal — a development that does not appear to immediately affect the subways that shuttle millions of people each day.
Posted by Forkum at December 15, 2005 08:08 PM