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No new negotiations scheduled in CCTA strike

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BURLINGTON, Vt. -

There is talk of new talks aimed at ending a bus strike in Chittenden County, but so far no new negotiations are scheduled.

Commuter buses remain parked inside the Chittenden County Transit Authority garage for a third day while unionized drivers walk the picket line outside. They rejected CCTA's last contract offer, unhappy with issues like the length of split shifts, the number of part-time drivers and surveillance cameras on the buses.

The union said Tuesday it is ready for new talks, but as of late Wednesday morning, CCTA said it still has not received a new written contract proposal from the drivers.

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