SF Bay Area
As another potential strike looms, Bay Area Rapid Transit officials are preparing other ways to get commuters to work, including possibly allowing managers to drive a limited number of trains.
Union leaders said they’re are prepared to strike and shut down one of the nation’s largest rail systems for the second time this summer if they don’t reach an agreement on a new contract this weekend.
San Francisco Bay-area commuters braced for the possibility of another train strike as the transit agency and its workers approached a deadline to reach a new contract deal.
Stalled contract talks between striking San Francisco Bay Area train workers and the Bay Area Rapid Transit agency will resume, transit officials said on Tuesday.