BART trains and traffic flow as usual at the Rockridge station in Oakland, Calif., Monday, Aug. 5, 2013, after a late-night decision by Gov. Jerry Brown to stop the BART strike.   Brown imposed a seven-day injunction and created a three-member panel to investigate the contract talks. (AP Photo/ The Contra Costa Times,Laura A. Oda )
BART trains and traffic flow as usual at the Rockridge station in Oakland, Calif., Monday, Aug. 5, 2013, after a late-night decision by Gov. Jerry Brown to stop the BART strike. Brown imposed a seven-day injunction and created a three-member panel to investigate the contract talks. (AP Photo/ The Contra Costa Times,Laura A. Oda ) AP
BART trains and traffic flow as usual at the Rockridge station in Oakland, Calif., Monday, Aug. 5, 2013, after a late-night decision by Gov. Jerry Brown to stop the BART strike. Brown imposed a seven-day injunction and created a three-member panel to investigate the contract talks. (AP Photo/ The Contra Costa Times,Laura A. Oda ) AP

Our View: Bay Area leaders need to support ban on transit strikes

October 21, 2013 5:33 PM