PHILADELPHIA — The city's week-long Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA) strike ended early Monday, ensuring that all buses, trolleys, and subways will be up and running for Election Day, NBC10 reports.

SEPTA and the union representing about 4,700 transit workers announced a tentative agreement before daybreak. By afternoon, limited service was restored on bus and trolley routes, and operating subway trains were making all stops.

SEPTA said it usually takes 24 hours to have all buses, trolleys and subway trains running after a shutdown but it was on track to be in full service by Tuesday morning. For the full story, click here.