Businesses Reflect on Challenges Big and Small After the 2016 SEPTA Strike

When SEPTA buses, trolleys and subways were brought to a halt earlier this month during the most recent city transit strike, business slowed down at Sandy Neitham’s dry cleaning shop near Girard Station station on the Broad Street Line. And running the storefront became a lot more difficult. “It affected [Sun’s Cleaner’s] a lot because [people]... Continue Reading →

‘They said strike, so we striked.’

Still just in his first year at SEPTA, T found himself amid a strike of all the transportation service's subway, bus and trolley operators and engineers. As a new employee, he said he was afraid to do anything that went against both SEPTA and the Transport Workers Union. “I just know a lot of people... Continue Reading →

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