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December 8, 1988
After a three-week strike that brought the Paris public transit system to its knees, four of five French transit unions agreed to accept a pay offer. But the fifth union, the Communist-led CGT, refused to reconsider its rejection of the offer and held out for a pay rise three times as large as the $50 monthly increase offered by the regional transport network. Prior to the strike, workers were earning a base monthly wage of $1,100.
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NEWS
December 8, 1988
After a three-week strike that brought the Paris public transit system to its knees, four of five French transit unions agreed to accept a pay offer. But the fifth union, the Communist-led CGT, refused to reconsider its rejection of the offer and held out for a pay rise three times as large as the $50 monthly increase offered by the regional transport network. Prior to the strike, workers were earning a base monthly wage of $1,100.
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NEWS
December 3, 1987 | RICH CONNELL, Times Staff Writer
In a major political defeat for the RTD and its powerful employee unions, the Los Angeles County Transportation Commission Wednesday approved a pioneering plan to allow lower cost, private bus companies to replace a large share of RTD service in the San Gabriel Valley. In an 8-2 vote, the commission approved creation of a new transit agency that would take over most of the local bus service in a vast area from Arcadia to Claremont.
NEWS
December 3, 1987 | RICH CONNELL, Times Staff Writer
In a major political defeat for the RTD and its powerful employee unions, the Los Angeles County Transportation Commission Wednesday approved a pioneering plan to allow lower cost, private bus companies to replace a large share of RTD service in the San Gabriel Valley. In an 8-2 vote, the commission approved creation of a new transit agency that would take over most of the local bus service in a vast area from Arcadia to Claremont.
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