BART, Unions Add More Meeting Dates As Deadline NearsBART management and the unions have agreed to more talks, but it still remains to be scene whether they are getting any closer to an agreement.
BART Talks Done For Rest Of Week As Deadline Looms CloserThe region appeared to be headed for another Bay Area Rapid Transit Strike after BART management on Wednesday suddenly called off contract talks for the rest of the week.
BART, Union Return To Bargaining Table With Talks Focused On SafetyThursday's meeting between BART management and Service Employees International Union Local 1021 centered on safety proposals and work rules.
One Day After Returning To Negotiating Table, BART Talks Cancelled One day after returning to the negotiating table, talks between BART and unions representing its workers were called off on Tuesday because of a scheduling conflict.
BART Resumes Talks With Largest Union 1 Month Before DeadlineBART and its largest union resumed negotiations in an ongoing labor dispute Monday, halfway through a 60-day cooling off period. But both sides remained far apart as the deadline approaches.
BART Board President, Unions Frustrated By Lack Of Labor TalksBoth sides in the Bay Area Rapid Transit labor dispute are talking about the lack of progress in negotiations, since the 60-day cooling off period started nearly a month ago.
BART Unions Concerned About Another Possible StrikeThe two sides have failed to hold talks since a cooling off period was ordered in early August.
BART Talks Continue; Unions Call Cooling-Off Period A DelayNegotiations are scheduled for Thursday and Friday. Chris Daly, the political director for Service Employees International Union Local 1021, said a strike is possible on Monday.
Governor's Panel Told BART, Unions Millions Of Dollars Apart On New ContractBART and its unions remain tens of millions of dollars apart in their contract proposals, the two sides said in testimony before a three-member board appointed by Gov. Jerry Brown to investigate the contract dispute.
Talks On Hold After Governor Steps In To Prevent 2nd BART StrikeNegotiators for BART and unions representing about 2,400 employees are taking a breather Monday after Gov. Jerry Brown intervened to at least temporarily avert a strike.