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TRANSPORT NEWYORK
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December 20, 2005
Signs are posted at the Columbus Circle subway station after the Transit Workers Union Executive Board...
New York, UNITED STATES
Signs are posted at the Columbus Circle subway station in New York City
Signs are posted at the Columbus Circle subway station after the Transit Workers Union Executive Board voted to reject the MTA's final offer and declare a strike effective immediately, shutting down all bus and subway service in New York City, December 20, 2005. New York transit workers walked off the job for the first time in 25 years on Tuesday, stranding millions of people who rely on the largest U.S. Bus and subway system each day. Last-ditch talks between the Transport Workers Union and the state-run Metropolitan Transportation Authority collapsed shortly before a 12:01 a.m. (0501 GMT) strike deadline when the union rejected the MTA's offer and left the bargaining table. Around three hours later, the union called the strike, shutting down the entire subway and bus system, which carries 7 million daily passengers. REUTERS/Peter Foley
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