TWU Local 234 officials have confirmed that SEPTA workers will not go on strike on Monday, and all transit lines will operate as normal.
Thousands of commuters are affected by what happens between Friday and Sunday night between SEPTA and its largest union.
The last of SEPTA’s contracts with transport workers union local 234 runs out this Sunday. Later this evening, officials from both sides will hold informal negotiations with a select group of leaders.
Local 234’s contract expired back on March 15th, and the last of the three transit workers’ contracts is set to expire at midnight on Sunday, April 6th.
SEPTA’s contingency plans and travel tips in the event of service interruption on March 15: http://www.septa.org/service/service-interruption/guide-2014.html
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