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New offer from striking CCTA drivers

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Movement Thursday between the twosides in the Chittenden County bus strike.

The Chittenden County TransportationAuthority says it has received a credible new proposal from the striking busdrivers. CCTA says it is hopeful to begin new talks as soon as possible, but atthe urging of the federal mediator is declining to say when or where the nextround of negotiations will take place.

About 70 unionized drivers have been on strike since lastMonday, affecting about 9,700 passengers a day.

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