Negotiators for BART and unions representing about 2,400 employees didn’t meet Tuesday and instead prepared for a hearing that a fact-finding panel appointed by Gov. Jerry Brown will hold on Wednesday.
A board created to investigate Bay Area Rapid Transit’s ongoing labor fight will hold a public hearing to examine the contract dispute between BART’s management and unions.
Union leaders for Bay Area Rapid Transit workers said they would deliver a 72-hour strike notice at the end of the day if major progress isn’t made Thursday in contract talks.
SAN FRANCISCO (KCBS) – As negotiations are ongoing and the stalemate continues between Bay Area Rapid Transit officials and its labor unions, commuters are having to plan ahead for a possible strike. During the early […]
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.
Recycling workers at a Waste Management facility in San Leandro walked off the job Tuesday to protest what they say are low wages and dangerous working conditions.
With another BART strike looming, commuters may have to find an alternate way of getting around.
BART management met with union leaders again Monday to try to reach an agreement before the union employees’ contract expires at midnight Sunday, a management spokesman said.
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.
As negotiators for Bay Area Rapid Transit and its unions were back at the bargaining table Wednesday night hoping to end a strike that has snarled the region’s commutes for days, a newly released KPIX 5 poll found almost twice as many people think BART management has made a better case than have the unions.