Topic : Amalgamated Transit Union

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Minn. Metro Transit union workers threaten strike during Super Bowl

Management & Operations| November 14, 2017

The union’s president noted that although the most recent agreement was overwhelmingly rejected, he is optimistic an agreement will be reached before the deadline.

Union, Keolis reach labor agreement for Las Vegas RTC contract

Management & Operations| July 10, 2015

The agreement, which covers drivers and mechanics, runs through July 6, 2017 and provides employees with increases in both wages and benefits.

Management & Operations| April 14, 2015

Detroit DOT hiring 100 bus drivers

The hiring of more drivers, which includes a starting wage jump of $2 an hour, is part of an effort to provide reliable, timely public transit service.

Accessibility| November 10, 2014

Toledo agency exploring private contracting

TARPS is exploring the idea of using private vehicles on weekend afternoons and evenings so it can focus resources at busier times of the week where it now is shorthanded
Accessibility| November 10, 2014

MARTA delays vote on privatizing paratransit services

Members of the union that represent MARTA’s paratransit drivers have protested the transit agency’s move to accept proposals from private providers, saying outsourcing could cost 300 jobs and result in poor quality of service for patrons
Bus| June 19, 2014

Canadian officials call for increased driver safety laws

CUTA, together with representatives from the Amalgamated Transit Union, Unifor, and the City of Ottawa, emphasized the importance of consistent and appropriate sentencing for those who commit assaults against transit operators to the Senate Legal and Constitutional Affairs Committee.
Management & Operations| February 13, 2014

Chicago Transit reinstates 2nd chance program

The railcar servicer apprentice program provides employment opportunities for ex-offenders, people completing substance-abuse programs, victims of spousal abuse and others.
Rail| December 11, 2013

Chicago Transit to stop cleaning railcars during day

Trains will be cleaned only on the midnight shifts starting at the first of the year, because the CTA is eliminating all morning and mid-afternoon jobs for car servicer positions, which was part of the agency’s ex-offenders program.
Management & Operations| August 6, 2013

AC Transit, union reach agreement

The new agreement provides for a wage increase of 9.5% that will be phased in over the three years of the contract.
Accessibility| April 29, 2013

Ohio’s TARTA paratransit union issues driver complaints

Grievances included low pay, severe discipline, and denied requests for bathroom breaks.
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