SF Transit Strike to End

    FIEL - In this Monday, July 1, 2013 file photo, Bay Area Rapid Transit trains are parked at the station in Millbrae, Calif. Commuter rail service is resuming Friday, July 5, 2013 in the San Francisco Bay area after unions called off a strike, agreeing with the transit agency to extend a labor contract for a month while they continue bargaining. Bay Area Rapid Transit will begin operating trains by 3 p.m. PDT Friday, ending a four-day strike that crippled commutes across the Bay Area, the state's secretary of the Labor and Workforce Development Agency, announced late Thursday, July 4, 2013. (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu)

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    So, there’s no deal, but San Fransisco commuters will be able to ride again on Friday as the two sides have agreed to extend their current contract for another 30 days. The San Francisco Bay Area transit agency said there are still major sticking points between the agency and the two unions, including the details of a salary increase and retirement. Workers went on strike Monday, to the tune of $73 million per day, according to one estimate.

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