Talks have broken off between SEPTA and its striking transit police force.
A SEPTA spokeswoman said the two sides met for several hours Thursday, but no agreement was reached and no further talks had been scheduled. A spokesman for the Fraternal Order of Transit Police, which represents the officers, could not be reached for comment.
About 200 transit officers, who have been working without a contract for a year, have been on strike since March 21. In their absence, city police, transit police supervisors, and private security companies are patrolling the system's subways, trains, buses, and trolleys.