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San Francisco regional rail service resumes, for now

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Commuter rail service in the San Francisco area resumed on Friday after striking employees of the Bay Area Rapid Transit system agreed to extend current contracts by 30 days.Full story

Strike-hit San Francisco Bay area rail service resuming, for now

(Reuters) - Commuter rail service will resume temporarily in the San Francisco area on Friday after an accord was reached between striking workers and Bay Area Rapid Transit, the company said. Full story

San Francisco area rail strike enters third day, talks continue

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Commuters in the San Francisco area endured a third day of gridlock on Wednesday, as rail workers resumed negotiations to raise their pay and end their first strike in more than 15 years. Full story

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  BART strike clogs roads in California

Chaos ensued as talks between Bay Area Rapid Transit management and unions faltered, congesting the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge and other modes of transportation. NBC’s Brian Williams reports.

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Signs are shown at a BART gate as 2,400 employees of the Bay Area Rapid Transit commuter rail system go on strike in San Francisco, California July 1, 2013. REUTERS/Robert Galbraith

Walter Davis walks past a sign on Frank Ogawa Plaza in Oakland
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Walter Davis walks past a sign on Frank Ogawa Plaza as striking Oakland city workers and 2,400 employees of the Bay Area Rapid Transit commuter rail system go on strike in Oakland, California July 1, 2013. REUTERS/Robert Galbraith