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1:47pm

Wed October 30, 2013
Transportation

Talks continue between AC Transit, union after Governor Brown stops strike with cooling-off period

People boarding an AC Transit bus during the October BART strike
Isabel Angell

Talks between Bay Area bus agency AC Transit and the union that represents its drivers and dispatchers are continuing after California governor Jerry Brown stopped halted a strike last week with a 60-day cooling-off period. ATU Local 192 had been threatening a strike that would shut down bus lines across the East Bay from Richmond to Fremont.

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8:48pm

Tue October 15, 2013
Transportation

AC Transit seeks cooling-off period as workers threaten to strike

AC Transit workers are threatening to shut down service starting Thursday
Isabel Angell

With a potential BART strike still looming, union workers from Bay Area bus agency AC Transit are gearing up for possible strike on Thursday. ATU Local 192 gave their 72-hour notice on Monday, while the agency has asked Governor Jerry Brown for a 60-day cooling-off period to prevent a strike from disrupting about 100,000 riders around the East Bay.

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