A SEPTA employee arranges stanchions at Jefferson Station on Tuesday, Nov. 1, to control an increased number of commuters using the Regional Rail lines.
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A 'Station Closed' sign, posted on the locked entrance to the Broad Street Subway station at Walnut Street, was a common sight in Center City on Tuesday, Nov. 1, 2016, due to a strike by SEPTA workers.
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Traffic was congested in many areas of Center City, Tuesday, Nov. 1, as SEPTA transit workers went on strike.
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North Philadelphia resident, graphic designer, and community activist, Keenan Jones, began printing these T-shirts at 12:01 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 1, to publicly express his frustrations with SEPTA.
A bike rack at the SEPTA headquarters, located at 1234 Market Street, was substantially more filled with bikes Tuesday due to the SEPTA strike.
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A Philadelphia Police officer helps city employees of the Municipal Services building board charter buses that were rented to provide transportation to those who normally use SEPTA, Tuesday, Nov. 1, 2016.
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Davis Pierre-Louis of SERVE Philadelphia stands in front of the Municipal Services building Tuesday awaiting the PM exodus of commuters. Pierre-Louis and others are helping load city employees onto charter busses rented to provide transportation in place of SEPTA, on Nov. 1, 2016.