SAN FRANCISCO (AP) _ San Francisco public transit operators are set to receive a nearly 6 percent wage hike, even as all other city worker unions have agreed to pay cuts.

The San Francisco Municipal Transit Agency board of directors will review the pay increase on Tuesday.

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If approved, the average wage for Local 250-A employees, which represents 2,200 Muni operators, would go from $27.91 an hour to $29.52 an hour.

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The increase is all but guaranteed because of a provision for transit operators written into the City Charter.

Operator wages are not determined by collective bargaining like every other city union.

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Voters will have the chance to change the wage rules in November through a ballot measure that would open operators’ pay to negotiations.