NEW YORK — The potential of a transit strike in New York City sent chills up retailers’ spines Monday, while Seventh Avenue manufacturers were making contingency plans to get their employees to work next week.

With the Metropolitan Transportation Authority and Local 100 of the Transport Workers Union, which represents 34,000 workers that operate the city’s buses and subways, at loggerheads over wages and other issues, the distinct possibility of the third transit strike in modern times loomed over the city’s key industries.

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