New Jersey Transit Reaches Deal With Unions, Avoiding Strike

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  • 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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