U.S.

The Bay Area’s two largest transit unions reached a “tentative” agreement with management on Monday night, bringing an end to a four-day strike that stranded 400,000 commuters and slowed area traffic down to a crawl.

The welcome announcement was short on details, particularly on whether both sides had resolved their differences over a pay raise and new work rules, but officials did promise to resume train service by 4 am, with the caveat that “morning capacity may be limited.”

[L.A. Times]

 

 

 

 

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