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Kitsap Transit may contract out bus driver jobs

Posted on February 15, 2011

BREMERTON, Wash. — Last week, Kitsap Transit notified drivers that it is invoking terms of labor agreements that allow it to contract out bus driving on some routed and all Access services to hold down rising costs, according to the Kitsap Sun. The operators' union, Amalgamated Transit No. 1384, disputes that the agreements give the agency that right. For the full story, click here.

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