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Union Announces Winner of our Trash Train Contest

DECEMBER 10 -- TWU Local 100 Administrative Vice President Nelson Rivera announced the winner of our contest at the Union Hall, presenting a check for $500 to CTA Tania Garcia, out of Pelham Barn, who snapped the photo of feces between cars on the #6 train. Brother Rivera explains how dirty cars -- the MTA said that over 2,000 had been isolated due to soiling this year -- inconvenience riders and cause train delays because they must be taken out of service. And that in turn results in rider anger against train crews and Cleaners. Local 100 started the contest at in October to bring attention to the MTA's elimination of certain Cleaner jobs at terminals.

Here’s Your New Contract: Complete MOA and Departmental Agreements

We are happy to post all documents related to the new four-year agreement with the MTA for TA, OA and MTA Bus members. It includes the full Memorandum of Agreement, and all Departmental agreements. Ballots for the ratification vote will be mailed to each member’s home by the American Arbitration Association on Dec. 18, 2019. The ratification count will take place on Jan. 9, 2020.

Utano Takes to Airways to Thank Transit Workers for Contract Solidarity

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Local 100 began running a new 60-second radio spot this morning on 1010 WINS in which President Tony Utano thanks the membership for standing behind the union during our contract battle with the MTA. The spot also extends a Happy Holidays wish to all New Yorkers. The spot will run until Christmas.

Click on the image to hear the spot.

Statement from Transport Workers Union Local 100 President Tony Utano on the tentative contract reached with the MTA.

“We had a real fight on our hands but transit workers stood together and we were able to secure a fair contract. Our Executive Board overwhelmingly approved the tentative agreement this morning. The American Arbitration Association will now conduct a ratification vote with members receiving ballots in the mail.”
The TWU Local 100 Executive Board, comprised of elected union officers from all divisions, voted 42-4 in favor of the agreement. Three board members abstained.

Read the highlights of the proposed agreement here.

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