State Panel to Hear AC Transit Labor Dispute

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    berkeley.edu
    AC transit carries about 100,000 passengers per day.

    Another transit strike is on the horizon in the Bay Area.

    AC Transit and its largest union will go in front of a state-appointed panel at 9 a.m. Monday.

    They are due to look at the impact a strike would have, and what the sticking points are.

    The union threatened to strike last Thursday, but Gov. Jerry Brown stepped in to delay it.

    AC Transit carries about 100,000 riders per day in Alameda and Contra Costa counties.

    Many commuters who normally take BART are relying on AC Transit during the strike.