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SEPTA spent $423,000 on lawyers during labor negotiations
3 years ago
New union contract will cost SEPTA $146 million more over 5 years in wages, pensions
And on the seventh day, we rode — Six-day SEPTA strike ends just before election
SEPTA strike negotiations stall as management, union await Monday court hearing
SEPTA loses injunction to immediately end strike, but has another chance to suspend it for Election Day
SEPTA Strike negotiations take turn for the worse; SEPTA “beyond frustrated” with union
Democratic campaigns “concerned” SEPTA strike could derail electoral victories
City transit workers on strike, union and SEPTA deadlocked on new deal
Can’t we all just get along? Lawyers, history explain the logic behind SEPTA strike
Deviated SEPTA: As Nov. 1 transit strike deadline nears, still no deal
City prepares itself for strike Tuesday as SEPTA, union cannot seem to agree on anything
SEPTA publishes Service Interruption Guide to ready transit riders for looming strike
SEPTA and transit union remain far apart on major issues, daily negotiations to avert a strike begin
UPDATE: SEPTA union authorizes potential strike November 1 that could last through Election Day
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