Transport Workers Union
SEPTA’s board held a special meeting Monday in hopes of working out a new labor deal sooner with the two regional rail unions that staged a one-day strike back in June.
Now the question is whether the next step is cementing a deal, dealing with a job action, or continuing in limbo.
Thursday night, negotiations continued between the union and SEPTA officials as they tried to reach a new contract agreement.
The TWU sought the meeting after cataloguing what the union describes as a “spike” in assaults in 2011 and 2012.