The mayor joined Toledo transit workers and supporters at a rally calling for more and a better method of funding for public transportation in the Toledo metro area.
St. Louis Post-Dispatch
Keeping the heat on Metro CEO John Nations, Dozens of Metro workers picketed outside Metro headquarters to demand the agency finalize a new contract.
Tension heated up again between Metro and the union representing bus drivers and mechanics this week when union members said they had been barred from distributing leaflets to the public.
Nations has raised fares, refused to give workers a contract for three and a half years, and threatened their retirement. All while he pockets a $250,000 salary.
SASKATOON – The union representing Saskatoon’s transit drivers is filing an unfair labour practice application as part of a contract dispute with city hall.
Local 788 members leafleted riders in their fight for a fair contract and more transit for all, expressing concern not having a contract for years while the CEO's salary is $250,000.
Local 697 members will join with riders and transit advocates for a rally this week in Toledo to call for more funding for public transit for everyone in Toledo.
Reverend joins Toledo transit workers in call for better bus service that provides mobility for all communities.
Evidence shows that a seven-day week with a two-day weekend is an inefficient model.
Capital Area Transit and the union announced Tuesday that a tentative contract agreement has been reached that will avoid arbitration.