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Cars sit bumper to bumper in traffic while moving westbound up the York Street on ramp for the Gardner Expressway during the difficult afternoon rush hour while commuters struggle with a crippling transit strike by TTC employees that began today throughout Toronto. Photo by Louie Palu/The Globe and Mail May 29, 2006 (Louie Palu/Louie Palu/THE GLOBE AND MAIL)
Cars sit bumper to bumper in traffic while moving westbound up the York Street on ramp for the Gardner Expressway during the difficult afternoon rush hour while commuters struggle with a crippling transit strike by TTC employees that began today throughout Toronto. Photo by Louie Palu/The Globe and Mail May 29, 2006 (Louie Palu/Louie Palu/THE GLOBE AND MAIL)

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