OAKLAND (KCBS)— The Bay Area could see the start of another BART strike as early as October 11th if negotiations that resumed this week fail to lead to an agreement.
On Wednesday, the union representing mechanics and maintenance workers talked about their biggest safety concerns.
SEIU Local 1021 leaders held a news conference at their offices off 16th Street in Oakland in advance of getting back to the table with BART on Thursday.
These first talks since a 60-day cooling off period began last month will center on supplemental issues.
“I proposed on this contract a section where we would have an on-rail grounds crew to take care of the vegetation problems and overgrowth that we have on the track ways,” said Robert Bianco, a 30-year employee.