Report documents distrust on both sides of dispute, makes 63 recommendations for more cooperative talks.
Amid rising public frustration, BART may hold referendum on whether walkouts should be banned.
Bay Area commuters face slow going as BART contract talks break down for the second time this year.
BART management, unions, and state mediators announced last night that the striking workers have agreed to go back to work this morning. Service is scheduled to begin today at 3 p.m. Marty Morgenstern, the state secretary of labor, announced after about 10 hours of Fourth of July talks that the parties have agreed to continue […]
Aug. 4, 2013, coverage of potential BART strike 2.0: BART Strike Deadline Update: Talks Go Down to the Wire, Again Update: California Secretary of Labor Marty Morgenstern announced at about 10:50 p.m. in Oakland that BART’s two striking unions have agreed to return to work as negotiations with management continue. Train service is to resume […]