Parking hard to find on Day 2 of Philadelphia transit strike

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PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Frustrated commuters fought traffic jams and struggled to find parking Wednesday as a transit strike entered its second day with the city’s main transit agency reporting progress at the bargaining table. The walkout began early Tuesday after the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority and a union representing about 4,700 workers failed to reach […]
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