2 Largest BART Unions Approve Contract AgreementA second BART union whose members walked off the job during two strikes this year has approved a tentative contract agreement with the transit agency's management.
State Approves Auditing BART's Finances, Employment PracticesWhile BART and its unions remain without a contract agreement, a state committee voted on Wednesday to open the transit agency's books and audit their finance and employment practices. The results, however, won’t be known for months.
BART Unions Give 72-Hour Strike NoticeThe two largest unions representing Bay Area Rapid Transit workers gave BART management a 72-hour strike notice on Thursday night, signaling their intent to walk off the job on July 1 if a new contract agreement is not reached.
Labor Talks Underway Between BART, Two Largest UnionsThe workers' four-year contract expires June 30. The union leaders, representing mostly train operators and station agents, say their workers deserve pay raises.