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Monday, November 07, 2005
This Morning's Big News Happy Strike Is Settled? Change Your Commuting Plans? Already running again: Broad Street Subway, Frankford-Market El, Norristown High-Speed Line, and an increasing number of bus routes. Full service is expected to resume by afternoon rush hour. See story on settlement, announced by Gov. Rendell about 5:30 this morning.
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