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A transit employer’s duty to bargain over automation: Potential topics

| January 14, 2020

Decisions on subcontracting, partial shutdown, layoffs, reassignment, and changes to the bargaining unit provide guidance.

New D.C. Metro labor contract incentivizes ridership growth

Management & Operations| December 23, 2019

The agreement includes an additional 1% wage increase in years when the agency’s ridership improves 2% or more over the previous year.

December 3, 2019

A transit employer’s duty to bargain over automation: Introduction

Three types of labor laws govern transit employment: NLRA, the RLA or state-specific public sector collective-bargaining statutes. 

Rail| October 9, 2019

N.Y. MTA report finds subway can speed up by as much as 50%

An agency task force initiated a study that would lead to faster trains while prioritizing customer and employee safety.

Management & Operations| August 28, 2019

VTA's apprenticeship program is ideal labor/management partnership

Provides mentors, apprenticeships, college credit, career advancement, for incoming and current VTA Operations employees.

Security and Safety | July 11, 2019

NJ TRANSIT advocate to aid employees who have been assaulted

Newly hired attorney's role includes reviewing victims cases and helping them understand their legal rights.

Security and Safety | June 27, 2019

PSTA board approves funding for driver safety barriers on entire bus fleet

The safety upgrades come after HART bus driver Thomas Dunn was stabbed and killed on the job by a passenger on May 18 in Tampa.

Security and Safety | June 14, 2019

HART, union agree to add driver safety barriers

The agency allocated $1 million toward the project with each installed barrier estimated to cost $5,000.

Security and Safety | June 19, 2018

New bill protects bus drivers from attacks, requires database reporting

The bill gives transit agencies two years to develop Bus Operations Safety Risk Reduction Programs.

Mobility| March 29, 2018

COTA union warning riders about driverless buses

Members of the agency's union distributed flyers Wednesday afternoon, warning riders about the "dangers" of commuting on driverless buses.

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