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Avoiding SEPTA strike has come down to resolving pension issues, source says

Pennsylvania House transportation committee chairman John Taylor (R., Phila.) implored union representatives and SEPTA negotiators to talk all night Sunday into Monday, if necessary, to avoid a strike that could bring subways, buses, and trolleys in Philadelphia to a halt Tuesday.

Update: 12:07 a.m.:
More than 5,000 members of TWU Local 234 are on strike at SEPTA.

From earlier:

With just three hours to go before almost 5,000 transit workers in Philadelphia strike, negotiations have come down to a dispute over pensions, a source with knowledge of the negotiations said.