Late Sunday night the union issued a statement that a marathon 15-hour negotiation session had ended without resolution. They also said that people should plan other travel arraignments for March 10th, as that's when drivers intend to strike.
The two sides have been in a standoff since September when contract negotiations first failed. The disagreements focus on working hours, the hiring of part-time drivers and working conditions. Back in 2011, a deal was struck between drivers and the CCTA just hours before a strike was set to start.