BART management team deferring merit-based pay increases 

Even though its current fiscal standing is not as dire as other local transit operators (we’re looking at you, Caltrain), BART’s management team is still taking a frugal approach to the agency’s finances.

The agency’s staff has recommended deferring any merit-based pay increases for its top-level executives, keeping salaries at current levels, which haven’t been adjusted since 2009. The lack of a pay increase probably won’t hurt too much for General Manager Dorothy Dugger, who still has an annual salary of $334,856.

On Thursday, the agency’s Board of Directors is likely to adopt the recommendation to defer pay increases for BART managers.

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