UTA, Operators Reach Tentative Agreement

UTA, Operators Reach Tentative Agreement

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(Salt Lake City-AP) -- The Utah Transit Authority and workers on its bus and TRAX lines have reached a tentative labor agreement.

Officials with Amalgamated Transit Union Local 382 say that the two sides struck a deal after six months of negotiations.

The Union officials have called for a ratification meeting on Sunday, with a vote to follow next week.

The new deal addresses health benefits, pensions, wages, seniority, attendance and time off. No specifics will be released until after Sunday's meeting.

(Copyright 2004 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

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