Families adjust routines amid bus strike

Thousands of families are being forced to change their schedules and find ways to work around the school bus strike for another day. One Brighton

Thousands of families are being forced to change their schedules and find ways to work around the school bus strike for another day.

Thousands of families are being forced to change their schedules and find ways to work around the school bus strike for another day. (1/17/13)

BROOKLYN - Thousands of families are being forced to change their schedules and find ways to work around the school bus strike for another day.

One Brighton Beach family said their routine was upended by the bus service disruption and were forced to take a car service on the first day.

The family says they are slightly more prepared going into day two of the strike, but they had to get up early to get their son to the subway.  

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