The union that represents 9,200 Metro workers declared an impasse in contract negotiations on Thursday, breaking off talks and sending the stalemate to binding arbitration, where a federal mediator will be tasked with resolving deep differences over wages
Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo signaled Monday that he is not stepping into the contract fight between the MTA and the unions representing 5,400 Long Island Rail Road workers, saying Congress is better suited to break the stalemate if a strik...
It took four votes, but union rail operators, bus drivers, supervisors and mechanics at King County Metro Transit approved a contract this month that includes 9 percent worth of inflation raises spread over three years.
Dozens of Metro workers picketed outside Metro headquarters Thursday afternoon to demand the agency finalize a new contract with their union, Amalgamated Transit Union Local 788.
Metro management has announced that it regrets the decision by Amalgamated Transit Union Local 689 to abandon contract talks.