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June 5, 2014

S.F. Muni increases services as 'sickout' dwindles

Service availability has steadily improved over the past few days, and was expected to provide approximately 90% of Thursday morning's service. The union's president said Tuesday the labor group has nothing to do with the sick calls.


June 3, 2014

San Francisco Muni enters day two of 'sickout'

The sickout came amid displeasure over a proposed labor agreement that was the subject of a vote Friday by Muni operators.


April 29, 2014

OCTA reaches new labor agreements

Both of the contracts with Teamsters Local 952, which represents its coach operators and maintenance employees, run through 2016 and call for no change in wages for the first year and a 4.5% increase in the second and third years, respectively.


August 16, 2012

L.A. Metro, ATU reach labor agreement

Membership ratified the proposed contract Wednesday night and now the contract will be presented to the Metro board of directors for its approval in September.


March 22, 2011

Report: D.C. Metro spends $49M on overtime

At this pace, overtime costs could hit $84 million for the year, far exceeding the $75 million it spent last year.


February 22, 2011

York Transit strike averted

About 214 workers were due to walk out on Tuesday morning in YRT's southwest division after talks between Amalgamated Transit Union Local 113 and Veolia Transportation Services Canada broke down.


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