BART management met with union leaders again Tuesday to try to reach an agreement before the contract for the transit agency’s employees expires Sunday night but a union official said the talks weren’t productive.
With another BART strike looming, commuters may have to find an alternate way of getting around.
As negotiations are currently at a stalemate, issues like pension, health care and payback for unused sick days are coming to the forefront.
Bay Area Rapid Transit and its unions have returned to the bargaining table, trying to beat an early August deadline before the contract for workers expires.
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The two sides have until August 4 to reach an agreement or another strike could be in the works.
BART riders are finding other ways to get to work on day two of the BART strike and most would like to see both sides back at the bargaining table.
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The workers’ four-year contract expires June 30. The union leaders, representing mostly train operators and station agents, say their workers deserve pay raises.
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