ATU Local 987

Tim Kalinowski
Lethbridge Herald

City council voted unanimously Monday to pursue the purchase of at least seven new fully electric public transit buses.

Lethbridge Herald

BY KUHL, NICK ON SEPTEMBER 19, 2018

The City of Lethbridge has a new Lethbridge Transit app available for both Android and iOS.

ST. JOHN'S, July 26, 2018 /CNW/ - John Di Nino has been elected the President of ATU Canada, the Canadian arm of the Amalgamated Transit Union, Canada's largest Transit Union.

Lethbridge Herald - A long-term look at Lethbridge Transit, a tourism initiative at Nikka Yuko Japanese Garden, and a request for funding for the Reconciliation Lethbridge Advisory Committee  will

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New ATU Mobile App for Smartphones

Looking for the latest news and updates about ATU? There’s an app for that. Looking for ATU events or actions in your area? There’s an app for that. Looking for photos of ATU in action? There’s an app for that.

More and more people are using smartphones everyday to stay connected, informed and involved. And that’s why ATU has launched a New Mobile App.

Recent News

LETHBRIDGE – Fire investigators have traced the cause of a fire that damaged the city’s transit facility June 16 to an electrical malfunction in a bus’s engine compartment.

Crews are working to restore full operation to the bus barn as soon as possible. But in the meantime, people who reload their Breeze cards by phone may experience delays, the city said Monday, June 25. Buses have been forced out of the building while it is repaired and cleaned up, and that’s affecting communication to the buses.

People who reload their cards directly at sales locations are not affected.

A long-term look at Lethbridge Transit, a tourism initiative at Nikka Yuko Japanese Garden, and a request for funding for the Reconciliation Lethbridge Advisory Committee will highlight a busy Lethbridge City Council agenda today.

LETHBRIDGE - Transportation Minister Brian Mason was in Lethbridge on Monday, May 28, to discuss the progress being made on the downtown transit terminal project at the city-owned parking lot on 5th Ave. S.

With less than a month left before the provincial election, ATU Canada, ATU Locals and transit advocates rallied again to demand to keep transit public across Ontario. The advocates say privatization of transit will threaten jobs, service and the safety of public transit. “By lining the pockets of large corporations to take over your public transit their main goal is to make profits on the backs of the tax payers in Ontario,” said ATU Canada President Paul Thorp, pointing out ATU has been engaged in a Keep Transit Public Campaign for more than a year.