MTA officials say they cannot accept the presidential board's recommendations because of the financial impact. Yet, today the MTA board approved a seven-year MTA police contract, which calls for annual raises totaling 17 percent. (January 29, 2014 10:29 PM)
The union for Long Island Railroad workers says the possibility of a strike is becoming more of a reality, after working without a contract for nearly four years.
Union officials say they are ready to walk off the job if MTA officials do not come to the table soon.
Recommendations made by a board of mediators appointed by President Barack Obama gave workers a 2.5 percent wage increase,...
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