SAN FRANCISCO (KCBS) — Bay Area Rapid Transit trains were running Tuesday with limited service as a tentative agreement was reached between the transit agency’s management and unions. But what was the deal and how did it all go down?
In the end, they hammered out a deal that, over the life of it, gives BART workers a raise—it’s based on a pay structure that overall nets them about two percent a year for the next four years. They also will keep their health benefits.READ MORE: Social Housing May Be A Fix For San Francisco's Housing Affordability Crisis
Workers had to budge, however, on some work practices.