Super Trans bus drivers threaten to walk off the job

Thousands of Westchester children could be stranded at school Wednesday if some local bus drivers don't get the pay they say they're owed. The drivers who work for Super Trans Bus Company gathered outside headquarters on Alexander Street in Yonkers Tuesday afternoon in protest. Union leaders say the drivers are asking for holiday pay and raises owed them. The workers say if they don't get their paychecks by noon they'll walk off the job, leaving thousands of Westchester school kids stranded. The schools that would be affected by the walk out are Dow Lane Elementary in Irvington, Hillside Elementary in Hastings, Springhurst Elementary in Dobbs Ferry and Westchester Day School in Mamaroneck.

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