BART management is also introducing two new proposals to the union that address various safety concerns.
The BART official hopes that unions would give a 72 hour notice if there is going to be a strike, which means notice could be given tomorrow.
The official also said management is not asking the governor for a cooling off period with the unions at this time.
Talks are planned until 5 p.m, then a break, then talks resume at 7 p.m. Negotiations are also planned for Friday, Saturday and Sunday.