New York City has contingency plan in event of school bus drivers' strike

Nov. 21, 2011
Union says strike is not imminent; walkout would affect more than 150,000 students

From The New York Times: New York City has put together a contingency plan for a possible school bus drivers’ strike. Officials have sent letters to parents and principals and bought hundreds of thousands of transit cards for students who could be left without transportation. A strike would affect more than 150,000 public school students, including about 70,000 children who receive special education services.

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