New Jersey Transit Reaches Deal With Unions, Avoiding StrikeBy
Unionized rail workers have been without contract since 2011
Contingency plan would have forced 65,000 to find another way
New Jersey Transit and its railroad-worker unions reached a tentative agreement on wages and benefits, two days before a scheduled strike that threatened to strand tens of thousands of Manhattan-bound commuters.
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