Thursday, March 11, 2004


SEPTA isn't the only one making contingency plans in the event of a work stoppage on Monday.

The Daily News reports that the School District of Philadelphia plans to keep its schools open, despite the fact that nearly 20,000 students - including most high school students - use CTD routes. It's going to be interesting to see how poor attendance will be during the first few days of a work stoppage (and, yes, to those contributors to the guestbook, message boards, and other parts of this site, I'm aware you're going to be impacted, and I feel your pain).

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