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Drivers and maintenance workers for the Fairfax Connector say they’re prepared

Drivers and maintenance workers for the Fairfax Connector say they’re prepared to go on strike against Transdev, the contractor that

Women’s History Month: Josephine Casey, ATU’s first female local officer and convention delegate

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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.

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Silver Spring, MD – Averting what would have been the second strike in less than three months, ATU Local 1764 has reached a tentative agreement with private contractor Transdev that covers the operators and maintenance workers at the Fairfax Connector. 

In the last year, SafeTrack has inconvenienced riders, workers and taxpayers.   Now, the Government Accountability Office (GAO) has announced that the budget for SafeTrack will cost another $40 million dollars, begging the question: where is the additional $40 Million going to come from? 
 

For his 100th birthday, John Harlow's family wanted to give him a ride down memory lane, literally.

They rented a 1964 G.M.C. for the former bus driver to do a Sunday morning tour through some of his life's most pivotal stops around Metro Vancouver.

It was a vehicle Harlow was familiar with.

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SILVER SPRING, MD: Amalgamated Transit Union (ATU) International President Larry Hanley issued the following statement following the resignation of Bob Kinnear as president of ATU Local 113 in Toronto. 

“With the resignation of Bob Kinnear as their president, today marks a new beginning for the 11,000 members of ATU Local 113. The last six weeks have been extraordinarily difficult for them and their families and, in fact, the entire labour movement. Fortunately, union democracy and international solidarity have prevailed.

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