NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — The clock is ticking on a potential Long Island Rail Road strike.
If the MTA and LIRR union do not come to an agreement by July 20, more than 300,000 commuters will be left in the dust.
If that happens, what is your plan B? Are you going to carpool? Work from home? Crawl under a rock?
Let us know how you plan to navigate if there’s a strike — share your comments below.
Check these out for more coverage on the possible LIRR strike:
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- Partial Metro-North Service, Above-Ground Subways Resume After Blizzard