MTA mulls White House intervention in LIRR dispute

The MTA said Thursday if it cannot reach a deal with Long Island Rail Road unions soon, it will ask the White House to intervene, averting a strike threatening to shut down the nation's largest rail system next month. (Credit: News 12 Long Island)

The MTA said Thursday if it cannot reach a deal with Long Island Rail Road unions soon, it will ask the White House to intervene, averting a strike threatening to shut down the nation's largest rail system next month. (Credit: News 12 Long Island)

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