Dan bus drivers continue striking in TA region

January 10, 2006 08:45
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Dan buses were on strike again Tuesday morning - this time on all the routes that begin at the southern Tel Aviv Carmelit terminal. Over 250 buses that travel from Kfar Saba, Petah Tikva, Ra'anana and Herzliya were halted, as drivers demanded that contracts obligating them to relinquish NIS 400 from their monthly salaries be cancelled. On Monday, Dan bus routes in the Bat Yam region were suspended. The cutbacks were imposed due to financial difficulties within the company. The buses not running were lines 16, 17, 24, 47, 48, 61, 63, 66, 82, and 149. Army Radio specified that line 25 was running as usual.

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