The City of Belleville and the union representing transit workers have reached a new deal.
City officials and members of Unifor local 1839 have come to terms on a new Collective Agreement.
Union members voted on the deal over the weekend and council approved it on Monday in closed session.
It is a four year deal and Mayor Taso Christopher says it is similar to agreements between other municipalities and their transit employees.
It gives workers a 2% increase this year, about 1.6% next year and the a similar raise in 2018 and 19.
Mike Armstrong with Unifor says the agreement is in line with others across the province and provides stability for the 29 employees until 2020.