City council will learn the true cost of transit strike nearly a year after it started.
The city's auditor general anticipates the audit of the cost of the strike will be presented to council Nov. 25.
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During the 53-day transit strike, OC Transpo general manager Alain Mercier estimated that the city was saving around $3 million per week while not operating the buses.
After the strike, it was revealed that OC Transpo was forecasting a $22.7-million shortfall for 2009 that forced the city to cancel purchasing 25 new buses.