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UK hit by rash of transportation labor strikes

Management & Operations| January 10, 2017

The strikes began on Sunday, when workers with the London Underground staged a 24-hour strike by closing subway stations in the central parts of the capital.

Union strike impacting SEPTA's bus, trolley service

Management & Operations| November 1, 2016

The strike is causing widespread disruption, and raising concerns that if the situation is not resolved it may interfere with Election Day next week. Regional rail is the only service still operating, and even before the strike, rail services were operating "at near capacity."

Management & Operations| July 25, 2016

Final 2 rail unions sign contracts, avoid NJ Transit strike

Nine other rail unions signed contracts after a tentative agreement was reached in March, about a day before a strike deadline.

Rail| June 22, 2016

Feds ask NJ TRANSIT, rail unions to extend strike deadline

If there is no agreement and a strike or lockout occurs, Congress could impose its own settlement under Federal Railway Labor law, with such a settlement proposed as a bill.

Two rail unions reject NJ TRANSIT contract that averted strike

Officials said the vote doesn't mean a strike will be called immediately. Both ratification votes failed by narrow margins.

Management & Operations| April 13, 2016

BART, labor unions reach tentative agreement, avoid possible strike

The contract agreement, which extends the contract negotiated after strikes took place in 2013, includes a raise of 10.5% per employee, spread over four years.

Management & Operations| March 14, 2016

NJ TRANSIT, rail workers reach agreement, avoid strike

In addition, Gov. Chris Christie said the deal won't lead to the need for a fare hike or service cuts, at least through June 2017.

Management & Operations| March 9, 2016

NJ TRANSIT policy could ban ads that 'disparage services'

The measure would also prohibit broad swaths of political speech from trains, buses and stations, barring ads that “promote or oppose a political party” and “express or advocate an opinion, position or viewpoint on matters of public debate about economic, political, moral, religious or social issues.”

Management & Operations| September 8, 2015

Nearly half of striking Sun Tran drivers make top pay

The strike, now going into its second month, shows no signs of ending, with the Teamsters and Sun Tran management deadlocked over competing compensation proposals and driver-safety measures.

Management & Operations| August 24, 2015

Ariz.'s Sun Tran labor strike hits historic mark

Management is working with a federal mediator to schedule a meeting with the union, while only eight routes are operating and the agency offered no weekend service.The strike began August 6, which makes it the longest strike in recent history.


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