loudoun transit story photos (copy)

Commuters boarding Loudoun commuter bus service for downtown D.C. in the early hours of the morning in this Times-Mirror file photo.

Bus drivers from Amalgamated Transit Union Local 689 who went on strike on Jan. 11 hope the Board of Supervisors will jump-start stalled contract negotiations.

Driver Sandra Vigil told the board on Tuesday that when Keolis North America was awarded the Loudoun County Transit and Commuter Services contract in 2021, they cut company 401k contributions from 6% to 1%. She said worker health care premiums increased from what was paid under the previous contractor.

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Eminent domain by the Board of Supervisors just with your health care and benefits being targeted instead of your property.

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