MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Twin Cities bus drivers went on strike Thursday, forcing up to 75,000 riders to telecommute, carpool or work staggered shifts.

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City officials claimed credit for averting problems by using nonunion buses and encouraging commuters ahead of time to find other ways to get to work.

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