Vermont Bus Drivers Approve Contract, End Strike

Lisa Rathke
Associated Press
April 08, 2014

A nearly three-week-long bus drivers' strike in the state's largest county has ended with the approval of a new contract — and a promise of free rides on Friday.

The Chittenden County Transportation Authority board ratified the contract Thursday evening. The bus drivers had overwhelmingly approved the deal earlier in the day.

Read more here from the Associate Press.

Click here to read TDU's story on the strike in the current issue of Teamster Voice.

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