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NYC drivers are not the cause of pedestrian accidents, newly-designed buses can be deadly because of huge blind spots from a thicker pillar on the side of the windshield and a larger side mirror.
The de Blasio administration has rejected school bus bids, delaying the process until the state legislature votes on a law to reinstate protections for experienced bus drivers.
President Hanley talks about how the dispute to operate Cincinnati’s streetcar is a national trend of cities skimping on worker pay and benefits.
A campaign is trying to convince President Obama it's time to put a woman's face on the $20 bill. Vote for Rosa Parks, the first lady of civil rights.
Local calls for bus shields and transit police to prevent future assaults
Honoring the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., more than 200 DC transit workers held a “Rally for Respect” to fight outsourcing
In a show of solidarity, ATU joined workers from across economic sectors representing 60 unions to sign a letter to Congress expressing opposition to Fast Track Trade authority.
“ATU opposes all legislation intended to limit human rights,” Washington, D.C.-based Amalgamated Transit Union (ATU) President Larry Hanley said in a statement.
Apr 1, 2015 at 11:00 am
New Jersey Transit has paid nearly $700,000 to an employee who said in a whistleblower lawsuit he was suspended without pay for reporting the electrocution of a fellow worker and seeking counseling for himself, his attorney said Thursday.
As the DC Streetcar begins another week of ghostlike, riderless trips up and down H Street, its overseers at DDOT face increased pressure from local transit workers over an illegal mass firing of streetcar workers.
Urbanists have begun to question streetcars utility, worrying that scarce transit dollars will be sucked up in a service that moves too slowly, costs too much and carries too few people.
Members of the Amalgamated Transit Union (ATU) Local 107 voted 86 per cent in favour of ratifying the deal, reached at the deadline to avoid a strike last week, despite concessions in benefits and term length.
St. Louis paratransit operator recognized for heroism on November 21. Metro Call-A-Ride operator Lamont Moore helped rescue a toddler and an adult from an apartment fire.