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August 23, 2012

Pierce Transit deal freezes bus drivers’ pay

Tentative agreement would also require workers to pay more of their health care costs. Agreement doesn’t include cost-of-living pay increases, but does preserve “step” increases for union members during their first 10 years with the agency.


May 3, 2012

Jacksonville, Fla. bus drivers take home top pay with OT

Twenty-four drivers topped $60,000, which is the same as an average computer programmer in the region. Eight drivers made more than $70,000 -- more than an average engineer.


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