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January 15, 2013

N.Y. MTA transit union tells motormen to slow train speed

In an effort to save riders' lives, and save motormen from the trauma of running someone over, Transport Workers Union Local 100 is telling motormen to slow down their trains when entering a station to about 10 miles per hour. Agency management, concerned that system slowdowns may be considered a job action, ordered union officials to stop posting notices.


June 25, 2012

Union notifies COTA of possible strike

Both parties signed more than 25 tentative agreements indicating their approval of negotiated items. Members of TWU then rejected a fact-finder’s report that recommended a resolution of the final article of the contract.


April 2, 2012

SEPTA police end strike

The primary cause of the nine-day strike was a 35-cent-an-hour difference in "certification" pay between the union's demand and SEPTA's offer. Transit police were seeking the pay as a way of getting a slight additional increase beyond the pattern set by the Transport Workers Union contract.


June 2, 2011

S.F. Muni, operators reach tentative agreement

The deal must still be ratified by members of Transport Workers Union Local 250-A.


December 22, 2008

COTA approves agreement with TWU

The three-year labor contract is effective retroactively to Dec. 1, 2008 through November 30, 2011.


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