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BART Workers Threaten Strike at Midnight

BART Workers Threaten Strike at Midnight

The two sides are close to a deal, but BART management failed to agree to interest arbitration on the remaining issues and the unions would not bring the final contract offer to its membership for a vote.

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Best Commuter Options Without BART

Best Commuter Options Without BART

UPDATE: Late Sunday night, Governor Brown called for a seven-day board inquiry, meaning BART service will continue as normal this week. A three-person panel will issue a written report within that timeframe. The governor strongly urged both sides to “meet quickly and as long as necessary to get this dispute resolved.”

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Uber Looks to Take Advantage of Cabbie Strike

Uber Looks to Take Advantage of Cabbie Strike

As we told you last week, taxi drivers are planning to strike Tuesday afternoon at San Francisco City Hall. Although it is uncertain exactly how many cabbies will participate, most officials said it will not be a huge burden on customers as the time of…

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Taxi Driver Strike?

Taxi Driver Strike?

Now, this probably won’t even register on most people’s radar as there seems to be (usually when you’re drunk at 3am in the Mission) only about a dozen or so cabbies aimlessly driving about totally ignoring you while you desperately wave your arms around standing…

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Muni Strike Avoided

Muni Strike Avoided

A possible strike of Muni drivers has been (thus far) avoided. Which means commuters only have to worry about their bus coming 20 minutes late rather than at all. Contract negotiations between Muni management and the drivers/mechanics union, TWA Local 250 A, had been stalling,…

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Possible NFL Strike Could Cost San Francisco Millions

Possible NFL Strike Could Cost San Francisco Millions

The current NFL lockout and a possible strike could cost the city of San Francisco millions of dollars.

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