CCTA management and drivers still make no deal

Elizabeth Murray
Burlington Free Press
March 31, 2014

After another marathon negotiation session, no deal was reached between Chittenden County Transportation Authority management and the Teamsters Local 597 bus drivers’ union, the two sides said Saturday.

Teamsters business agent Tony St. Hilaire said the negotiation using a federal mediator lasted 17 hours, and at the end, there was still no contract agreement. No further negotiations are scheduled at this time, St. Hilaire said.

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