However, the SEIU website says a vote by its members on the contract is tentatively scheduled for Friday, Nov. 1. It notes the chapter's bylaws require that members have at least five days to look at an agreement before they vote whether to ratify it.
The ATU website says their executive board is meeting with BART officials to go over the tentative deal. It says a vote will be held once the agreement is signed and copies are passed out to union members.
BART spokeswoman Alicia Trost said the BART board will vote on the contract after it has been ratified by the two unions.
The unions and BART haven't discussed details of the proposal, but a Contra Costa Times story said the four-year contract contains a 15.8 percent pay hike as well as increases in the contributions employees make to pension and medical benefits.