SEPTA on Strike

SEPTA’s bus, trolley and subway workers officially went on strike Tuesday. NBC10 photo journalist Pete Kane took pictures of stranded riders and empty subway stations.

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The strike caused slowdowns on Regional Rail making commuters wait longer than normal.
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SEPTA workers went on strike Tuesday leaving subway stations, SEPTA buses and trolleys empty.
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The strike caused slowdowns on Regional Rail making commuters wait longer than normal.
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The strike stopped SEPTA buses early Tuesday.
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Striking SEPTA workers stay warm outside Callowhill Depot.
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A closed SEPTA station.
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Shuttle service is being provided to those affected by the strike for residents of North, South and West Philadelphia.
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City workers wait outside MSB for shuttle service.
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People wait in line to board a train at Jefferson Station during the rush hour home. Dozens of trains were cancelled as rail yards were blocked by Transit Workers Union strike activity.
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Barriers were set up for people as they waited for trains on their rush hour home. Dozens of trains were cancelled as TWU strike activity blocked rail yards.
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Signs at Suburban Station advise regional rail riders to find alternative means of getting home.
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A line begins to move at Suburban Station as delayed trains begin to arrive.
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Traffic piles up along Broad Street as the SEPTA Strike continues.
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Traffic at 30th Street Station has become busier than usual.
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People are forced to wake up earlier to ensure they arrive to work on time.
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Uber expanded its Pool coverage zone by 800 percent in wake of the SEPTA Strike.
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Nov. 3, 2016: SEPTA workers on the picket line
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