The strike of railway workers in San Francisco paralyzed life
Railway workers went on strike in San Francisco, United States. The stop of trains serving about 400 thousand passengers per day paralyzed life in the city.
In San Francisco, one of the most populous and vibrant cities in the United States, those who went to the morning business met a shocked surprise. Because the trains were not working because of the strike.
Municipal and rail union officials did not reach a consensus on improving salaries. California Governor Jerry Brown's attempts were not enough to change the result.
Two large trade unions, which provided public transport, decided to strike. In two days, 2 bin 400 left work with a union.
Life strikes back in San Francisco with the strike. People who could not use trains fell on the road with special vehicles and traffic was paralyzed.
The number of buses was increased, but not enough. The daily cost of the strike is 73 million dollars.
The union staff went on strike last 1997 and the agreement took 6 days.
Even though the parties are in search of solutions, it is curious to know how long the strike will take the city.
Source : I www.mansettv.co