Tuesday, October 21, 2014
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How did you (or how did you try to) get to work?

Well, the point of a strike is to show everyone how much worse off they'd be without your labor.

How did you (or how did you try to) get to work?

Striking SEPTA workers keep warm by a fire behind the SEPTA depot on Penn St. just behind the Frankford Transportation Center on Nov. 3, 2009.   ( Elizabeth Robertson / Staff Photographer )
Striking SEPTA workers keep warm by a fire behind the SEPTA depot on Penn St. just behind the Frankford Transportation Center on Nov. 3, 2009. ( Elizabeth Robertson / Staff Photographer ) INQ ROBERTSON

Well, the point of a strike is to show everyone how much worse off they'd be without your labor.

So, SEPTA commuters, we want to hear your strike stories. Are you driving, and if so, where are you parking and how much does it cost? Are you biking or walking? How does the length and effort of your commute compare?

Feel free to complain, but please also share tips if you've got them.

Also on IOM today: What do you think of the SEPTA union's demands?

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