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BART trains will not be rolling on Friday. The San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit system workers announced early Friday ...
morning that they are going on strike. (Oct. 18)
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DURATION: :44-----------------------------------------SHOTLIST:SOURCE - KGO - COURTESY KGO, EMBARGO SAN FRANCISCO, ALL SCRIPTS MUST INCLUDE: "USAGE OF THIS VIDEO IS LIMITED TO THE LESSER OF THE PERIOD OF THE DISPLAY RIGHTS IN YOUR CONTRACT WITH AP OR 60 DAYS."San Francisco - 13 October, 20131. Mid, people riding on BART train2. Mid, train pulls in to station3. Wide, people waiting as train pulls up4. Wide, man watches train go by--SOURCE - KGO - COURTESY KGO, EMBARGO SAN FRANCISCO, ALL SCRIPTS MUST INCLUDE: "USAGE OF THIS VIDEO IS LIMITED TO THE LESSER OF THE PERIOD OF THE DISPLAY RIGHTS IN YOUR CONTRACT WITH AP OR 60 DAYS."Oakland, California - 2 July, 20135. Close, Signs at transit union rally6. Mid, people marching at rally7. Wide, more rally8. Close, more rally9. Wide, Night, cars jammed up on freeway10. Wide, more cars, sunrise11. Various, people line up for ferryVOICE-OVER SCRIPT:TRACK-1THE SAN FRANCISO BAY AREA'S BART RAIL TRANSIT SYSTEM IS GOING ON STRIKE, FOR THE SECOND TIME IN JUST FOUR MONTHS.THE WALKOUT OFFICIALLY BEGAN AT MIDNIGHT PACIFIC TIME FRIDAY MORNING.IT COMES AFTER TALKS BETWEEN THE BART TRANSIT WORKER UNIONS AND MANAGEMENT FELL APART.ONE UNION LEADER SAID THE SIDES WERE EXTREMELY CLOSE TO AGREEMENTS ON PAY, HEALTH CARE AND PENSION ISSUES, BUT THAT THERE WERE SIGNIFICANT DISAGREEMENTS OVER WORK RULES.THE NEWS IS EXPECTED TO MEAN A TRAFFIC NIGHTMARE FOR THE BAY AREA COMMUTERS.A STRIKE BACK IN JULY RESULTED IN FOUR DAYS OF JAMMED TRAFFIC AROUND THE BAY AREA, WHILE BAY AREA COMMUTERS DESPERATELY SOUGHT WAYS TO GET TO WORK.SANDY KOZEL, THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.