SAN FRANCISCO — Caught in a battle with its largest labor union, the agency had planned to cut service by about 7 percent in August. However, the transit district pushed those reductions back after a judge prohibited the agency from imposing working conditions, designed to save $15.7 million, on its drivers and mechanics, SFGate reports. AC Transit officials said that they now need to make even deeper cuts. For the full story, click here.
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