Wednesday, February 29, 2012


Date of article in question

s a result, senior city transit workers who drive, clean and maintain buses, subways and trolleys still will have top-shelf managed care without paying any monthly premiums or annual deductibles that SEPTA sought to help it cope with staggering health-care costs. Employees in their first or second year of work pay some of the premiums.

 SEPTA settles, but fare rise nettles A fare increase of about 15 cents can be expected as part of the agreement. Riders quickly announced their displeasure. -

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