The month-long strike by New York City school bus drivers will apparently come to an end Friday night.
Sources familiar with the negotiation told WCBS 880′s Rich Lamb that the union has decided to end the strike.
There was a lot of rancorous rivalry between the city and the union regarding a list of employees that the union wanted used to outline who would have jobs if new bus companies were to take over routes currently operated by union members.
Right now, there is no word on whether that has been resolved, but the buses should start rolling again.
Source: CBS 2 NY