Monday, August 17, 2009

DETAILS OF BAY AREA RAPID TRANSIT (BART) CONTRACT EMERGE

A strike affecting nearly 300,000 bay are commuters was averted with what appears to be concessions coming from the Amalgamated Transit Union (ATU).

"Our members knew that sacrifices were going to be involved in this. We recognized that throughout the process. But, what we couldn't do was accept an unfair burden being placed upon our members," said Jesse Hunt, president of the 850-member ATU.





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