SFMTA has plenty to discuss next week in union negotiations 

Free parking. Potential legal action regarding the annual delivery of $3.5 million. Negotiations over the implications of the recently passed Proposition G.

It’s safe to say there will be plenty to talk about when the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency meets with its respective union representatives next week.

The talks will likely be dominated by negotiations with the Transport Workers Union Local 250-A, a powerful union that represents about 2,200 Muni operators. TWU is considering suing the SFMTA for refusing to free up its annual year-end bonuses to the organization, as stipulated by the City Charter.

The two groups will also likely discuss the fallout of Prop. G, which allows management to collectively bargain with the union over its contract, an action that was previously prohibited.

SFMTA management will meet in closed session with all of its unions on Tuesday, the second of 11 planned conferences this year.


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