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June 19, 1994 | From Associated Press
A nearly 2-day-old strike at the nation's largest commuter railroad was settled Saturday night, officials announced. Long Island Rail Road trains are expected to be running on time for Monday morning's rush hour, Metropolitan Transportation Authority head Peter Stangl said. "There was no concession on the work rules and we paid the ransom," Stangl said. "I made the decision that I would pay the ransom before it got bad out there."
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June 19, 1994 | From Associated Press
A nearly 2-day-old strike at the nation's largest commuter railroad was settled Saturday night, officials announced. Long Island Rail Road trains are expected to be running on time for Monday morning's rush hour, Metropolitan Transportation Authority head Peter Stangl said. "There was no concession on the work rules and we paid the ransom," Stangl said. "I made the decision that I would pay the ransom before it got bad out there."
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