CHARLOTTE, N.C. - On Sunday, CATS bus operators voted down a contract.
Channel 9 learned that 90 percent of the bus drivers were not in agreement with the offer from Transit Management of Charlotte.
The two sides have been deadlocked and a current contract ends on Monday night.
Eyewitness News was told they are expected to come back to the table again to try to work things out.
A deal could avoid a strike that would interrupt service for thousands of riders.
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