News Tagged With: collective-bargaining
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July 25, 2011

Utah Transit, universities adopt collective agreement

Changed from each of Utah's colleges and universities independently negotiating year-to-year with transit agency to collective bargaining on behalf of most of the state’s higher education schools. The goal is to stabilize transit pass pricing.


February 28, 2011

U. of Wis. - Madison students may pay more for bus passes

Gov. Scott Walker’s budget repair bill may significantly increase transportation costs. Federal funding can only be issued when transit workers have collective bargaining rights, which the bill aims to take away.


February 24, 2011

Bargaining cuts could cost Ohio, Wis. transit funds

Proposals in both states to reduce the collective bargaining rights of transit workers could put federal funding in jeopardy. By law, the FTA cannot fund transit without Department of Labor certification that the collective bargaining rights of affected transit employees have not been diminished.


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