Federal mediators overseeing labor negotiations between BART management and union leaders announced for the second consecutive night that BART trains will run in the morning as talks continue.
For the fifth time in the past week, the public was informed that a threatened BART strike would be averted for the following day.
The transit agency’s managers and representatives from its two largest worker unions are set to remain at the bargaining table tonight as both sides attempt to reach an agreement on new employee contracts.
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