LIRR mailing July commuter tickets as strike threat looms

Unopened tickets can be returned and there is a chance customers can be reimbursed if there is a strike, according to a new report in

Unopened tickets can be returned and there is

Unopened tickets can be returned and there is a chance customers can be reimbursed if there is a strike, according to a new report in Newsday.

WOODBURY - The LIRR strike threat continues and is a month away from the first legal day for workers to walk off the job. 

News 12 Long Island has learned it is too late for "Mail and Ride" customers to opt out for their July monthly pass. 

The ticket can cost more than $300 and are being mailed out today. 

Unopened tickets can be returned and there is a chance customers can be reimbursed if there is a strike, according to Newsday. 

Unions are pushing for the MTA to agree to a Labor Day deadline on a new contract. 

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