Charlotte Area Transit System officials say they’re making a plan just in case bus drivers decide to strike.
That strike could come in the next 30 days if the union and CATS management leaders can’t agree on a new contract.
Meg Fencil from Sustain Charlotte says public transportation should remain a priority for a city of this size.
“There’s a lot going on behind the scenes, and we want to see that end result of fast, frequent, reliable service,” Finch said. “We also know to get that excellent service; we need drivers, operators, and mechanics who are supported and can take care of their families.”
Fencil says a strike could impact more than transportation.