No deal reached in latest LIRR negotiations

Yesterday’s labor talks in Manhattan ended after about

Yesterday’s labor talks in Manhattan ended after about three hours, with no progress reported. Both unions tell News 12 they are frustrated.

Talks between the MTA and Long Island Rail Road labor unions in New York City today did not resolve the looming strike only two weeks away.

MTA Chairman Thomas F. Prendergast today sent a letter to congressional leaders asking whether they intend to intervene in the ongoing labor dispute between the MTA and LIRR labor unions. He says union leadership is unwilling to work constructively with...

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The announcement comes as some state senators urged NY senators urge Cuomo to resolve LIRR dispute The strike deadline is July 20. No deal struck after talks between MTA, unions