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Wednesday, June 8, 2011

60 bus line drivers go on strike

Drivers of the 60 bus line decided to go on strike after the MONSA transportation company failed to pay salaries in due time. "We are going on strike for an undetermined period of time,” union delegate Angel Pericaro said.

“As soon as the buses arrive at the terminal they will remain there and won’t continue their shifts.”

Last April, the 60 bus line drivers went on strike for three days until the Labour Ministry intervened and ordered for a mandatory conciliation between the company and its employees.

The 60 bus line connects the City neighbourhood of Constitución with several Nothern Greater Buenos Aires areas and provides service for over 250,000 people every day.

Is is the most important suburban bus line in the province and the first to connect a City neghbourhood with Buenos Aires province areas.

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