Workers with the Greater Dayton RTA voted down the third contract proposal Saturday night, according to the RTA Union 1385 President.
The union president told News Center 7’s Caroline Reinwald the union voted down the contract, but could not talk about the possibility of a strike in the future.
The union employees have been without a contract since April 2015 and have been picketing outside the RTA headquarters and city hall over the past month.
The employees claim they are frustrated over their current working conditions, where they claim they don’t get bathroom breaks and have to speed to keep on schedule.
RTA’s chief executive officer has told this news outlet previous that the claims from the employees are false.
We have reached out to the RTA for comment on this latest development and will update this story as new details are released.