Bay Area Traffic
Hearing over AC Transit contract dispute to be held Monday
OAKLAND, Calif. (KGO) -- Gov. Jerry Brown plans to review findings of the AC Transit union contract dispute after a public hearing Monday.
AC Transit and its largest union will make their cases to a state-appointed panel.
The governor ordered the review after the union threatened to strike last Thursday.
The panel will look at the sticking points in the contract dispute and the impact a strike would have on the community.
AC Transit carries 100,000 riders a day.
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