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Child Care enrichment program 2015

Dental Benefit Open Enrollment 2015

2016 ATU Scholarship progam

Action Center

Vision Zero Webinar Reveals Hazardous Transit Bus Blind Spots Wednesday, March 9, at 7 pm ET
Vision Zero Amendment
Introduced Amendment Vision Zero Law
Vision Zero Law
Vision Zero Law, Local Law 29

Trans Pacific Partnership and Fast Track
Friedrichs v. California Teachers Association et al.

In an order released June 30, the Supreme Court granted the petition filed by Rebecca Friedrichs and her co-plaintiffs asking the Court to review the constitutionality of compulsory union dues. Today’s action means the case will be briefed and argued this fall, with a decision due by June 30, 2016.

MTA to change bus radio transmissions despite FCC warning, raising safety concerns

MTA buses will share bandwidth with the FDNY and EMS for radio transmissions, but the feds say that could cause interference with first responders.

New MTA “Ferrari-like” Buses Still Leave Operators Blind as Bats

ATU says new buses still have blind spots endangering pedestrians, Union calls on MTA to reconsider new buses

MTA’s slowest buses move painfully slow, with 35 traveling no faster than 15 mph

There are 35 high-volume bus routes in the city that clocked in at a speed slower than 15 mph in a survey from transit groups the Straphangers Campaign and Transportation Alternatives. The M66 crosstown bus won the dubious Pokey Award for being the slowest bus surveyed, at 3.1 mph. “People are thinking, ‘I’m riding on something that’s slow as a turtle,’” said Gene Russianoff, staff attorney with the Straphangers Campaign. “And they’re totally right.”

Queens Civic Congress With Amalgamated Transit Union Locals 1179,1056, and 1181 MTA And Queens Public Transit Committee

 Queens, more than any other borough , is highly dependent on bus transit. Queens is very large and has many low density neighborhoods not served by subways. Many residents rely on bus transit to get downtown or to regional shopping, worship services, doctors, schools, etc. North/    
Download: Bus Transit Forum Rev 3.pdf

Labor Day Parade
ATU 1056
Marching on Washington DC
Lobby Day
ATU Local 1056
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