SEPTA transit workers are likely to strike soon, their union president said Monday, but it won't be this week, and no strike date has been set as labor talks continue.
SEPTA moved Monday to impose management's terms in a long-running labor dispute with Regional Rail workers, which union leaders said could prompt a strike that would halt all commuter rail service at 12:01 a.m. Saturday.
Over the last few months, workers for the Southeast Pennsylvania Transit Authority (SEPTA) have been hreatening a strike via the Transit Workers Union (TWU) Local 234. The average TWU member makes $64,847 a year with overtime and th...
SEPTA bus drivers, subway and trolley operators, and other transit workers voted unanimously Sunday to authorize a strike, which could take effect this year or early in 2015.