By CBS3 Staff

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — SEPTA employees, who are a part of the Transit Workers Union 234, are warning about a possible strike. They released a video Tuesday.

“Unions, this is something that we need,” one employee said.

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“We need unions in America,” said another.

The workers’ contract is up on Oct. 31.

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Union members say they’re seeking a fair contract and are willing to strike until they get one.

SEPTA released a statement in response to the union’s video.

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It reads: “SEPTA is committed to engaging in good-faith negotiations with TWU Local 234 to reach an agreement on a new contract that is fair and responsible. We look forward to discussing all issues with union leaders at the bargaining table.”