Negotiating teams for BART and unions resume talks, working again against a midnight strike deadline.
An expert says BART’s move sends ‘a serious bargaining signal’ to unions — though talks continue.
Negotiations continue as the clock ticks down to the Sunday midnight deadline.
The 60-day cooling-off period in the labor dispute expires, but both sides say talks will go on.
With BART labor talks going down to the wire again, we ask about the personal impact of a strike.
With a week to go before a possible strike, BART unions shift stance on pay, pensions and benefits.
BART, union negotiators get back to the table. The next deadline for a possible BART strike: Oct. 10.
By Dan Brekke, Jon Brooks, Katharine Fong and Lisa Pickoff-White Need to get to work from the East Bay to San Francisco on Thursday? Heading from the city to Berkeley for a Labor Day barbecue? The Bay Bridge may be closing down for five days, but that doesn’t mean you need to put your plans […]
Updated: 11:45 a.m. San Francisco Superior Court Judge Curtis Karnow issued the official court order for the 60-day cooling off period around 10:30 a.m. on Sunday. BART Director for District 7 Zakhary Mallett, speaking as an independent board director after the BART hearing, said that the 60-day cooling gives both sides the time to continue […]
UPDATE: None of the unions involved in negotiations with BART management submitted a 48-hour strike notice on Friday — necessary if either union would want to strike in the event a contract is not agreed upon by the Sunday midnight deadline and the court rejects Gov. Brown’s request for a cooling off period. A 48-hour […]