City school bus drivers and matrons are celebrating a legal victory.
A federal judge has ruled that bus companies cannot cut wages and benefits because of a contract stalemate.
The judge says that the companies unlawfully imposed their so called "best and final offer" on their employees back in April, following a month-long strike earlier in the year.
The judge says those cuts must now be reversed.
Both sides will also have to return to the bargaining table for talks, which were abandoned in March.
Attorneys for the bus contractors have filed an appeal, calling the judge's ruling erroneous.