Updated: The strike has begun but part-time drivers are crossing the picket lines and keeping some lines open. NJ Transit reports that no disruptions are happening because of increased ridership. Maybe lots of people are on vacation?
Due to a bus drivers’ strike, you may need to find alternate ways of getting to work tomorrow. You can’t use your DeCamp tickets on NJ Transit (sometimes, they cross honor but not for a strike) so you might want to stop by a vending machine tonight and avoid a possible crush of people in line tomorrow.
NorthJersey.com has some other ideas for you which we’re happy to pass along: Taking NJ Transit instead of DeCamp tomorrow? Check this out.
I’ve taken DeCamp more than a few times and the drivers are always so surly! What’s the matter with them? If their buses weren’t closer to my house than the train, I wouldn’t bother with them but sometimes they are convenient enough that I’ll put up with the rudeness.
What do you think about DeCamp? And, is the strike called for? Seems to me like they strike every year or two during contract negotiations and only for a day or two. Is that really getting their message across?
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