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MTA, Transport Workers Union Local 100 agree on new contract featuring 8% raises over five years

“What we have here is a fair wage settlement for employees, an agreement consistent with our financial plan,” Tom Prendergast, chairman of the Metropolitan Transportation Authority, said in announcing the agreement alongside Gov. Cuomo on Thursday.
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MTA buys land to redevelop aging Jamaica Bus Depot

The MTA recently bought up a handful of properties adjacent to the South Jamaica bus depot, which it has been hoping to expand for years, but until the agency can come up with the needed capital funds, construction plans will sit as idle as the buses parked along Merrick Boulevard.
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LIRR Union Official Blasts Tentative MTA Deal With NYC Transit Workers; Talks Resume Monday

A tentative new contract deal between the Metropolitan Transportation Authority and its union bus and subway workers could pose problems for the Long Island Rail Road as a strike deadline looms.
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For Drivers on Some City Bus Routes, Requesting the $2.50 Fare Can Be Dangerous

       The crime can seem as innocuous as it is common. Short on cash, a rider slips through the back door of a city bus, skirting the $2.50 fare. But fare evaders, the authorities say, are a dangerous scourge.
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AMERICAN BUS ASSOCIATION THROWS DRIVERS UNDER THE BUS, DEAD WRONG ON DRIVER FATIGUE & SAFETY

NTSB study shows overtime abuses of drivers prevalent, compromising safety
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Action Center

Citing exploding urban populations, worsening traffic congestion, young people forgoing cars and stressed public transit systems, ATU President Larry Hanley called on the House Transportation Committee to set forth a major urban transportation agenda at the first hearing on the reauthorization of the transportation funding bill. “If you think the petty political trick that caused a traffic jam in New Jersey was bad, wait until you see the traffic jams across America as urban populations burst at the seams,” warned Hanley, calling on Congress to double mass transit funding over the next six years. “Generals fight the last war, legislators appropriate for the last demographic trend and we need to start investing now for the smart public transit that will enable our communities to run.”
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ATU Rocking with Transit
Local 1056 and 1179 together for ATU webcast
ATU Rocking with transit
ATU 1056 and 1179 ATU together for ATU webcast
ATU Rocking with Transit
Local 1056 and 1179 together for ATU webcast
ATU Rocking with Transit
Local 1056 and 1179 together for ATU webcast
ATU Rocking with Transit
Local 1056 and 1179 together for ATU webcast
ATU Arbitration Seminar
ATU Rocking with Transit
Local 1056 and 1179 together for ATU webcast
ATU Local 1056
Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Rally Washington D.C 2011
 
 
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