SANTA CLARITA, Calif. (KABC) -- If you depend on Santa Clarita Transit to get around, keep an eye out for a possible strike.
The union representing bus drivers with a private company that contracts with SCT announced last month it had authorized a strike.
The strike was potentially slated to start this week but as of Tuesday morning the agency said drivers are still on the job.
It's still unclear if a strike could start later this week.
Santa Clarita Transit has been posting updates on its X feed and website. The agency notes that the city of Santa Clarita is not a participant in the labor contract negotiations.
If a strike does occur, it would result in a suspension of most - but not all - SCT transportation services. Details are here.
The agency also provides transportation services for the Hart Union High School District that would be impacted by a strike.