RTA workers protest in downtown Dayton

The RTA drivers are chanting “Who moves this city? We move this city” as they protest at the intersection of South Main and Third streets.

The protest was planned by the union representing the drivers, ATU International.

Drivers said they are protesting over a lack of a contract, restroom breaks and rushing drivers on routes among other things.

This story will be updated as additional information becomes available.

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