The Transit, Universities, Utilities, and Services Division (TUUS) is the union’s largest, representing bus and train operators, mechanics, engineers, supervisors, cleaners, ticket agents and other titles at some of the nation’s busiest public transit systems, including MTA (New York), SEPTA (Philadelphia), MUNI (San Francisco), COTA (Columbus), METRO (Houston), NICE (Long Island), Miami-Dade County Transit, and others.
This dynamic division also represents school bus drivers, para-transit and tour bus operators, as well as operations and maintenance workers at the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, Brooklyn’s National Grid, Columbia University, Julliard, Barnard College, Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, and in cities, towns, and municipalities around the country. The division spans both public and private employers, negotiating and administering many of the industry’s leading contracts, and setting the standard for 21st-century organizing, with a successful effort to unionize bikeshare workers in Boston, Chicago, New York, and Washington, D.C.
For individual contract information, please visit the local website or contact your local.
Transit Division Updates
Transit Division Updates
Published 07 May, 2014 </div> <div>Local members of TWU’s Nevada/Arizona/Colorado State Conference got all hands on deck this Easter to pull off yet another in a series of inspiring community service projects—this time to support abused and at-risk children in the care of St. Jude’s Ranch for Children in Boulder City, Nevada.</div> <div>St. Jude’s Annual […]
Published 17 Sep, 2014 TWU Local 100 is now the exclusive bargaining representative for Citi Bike workers, after Local 100 President and International Executive Vice President John Samuelsen signed a voluntary recognition agreement with the company on Tuesday night. After a months-long organizing drive—which found broad support among Citi Bike’s 200 bicycle mechanics, dispatchers, call […]
Published 27 Feb, 2015 </div></p> <div><strong style=”color: rgb(74, 74, 74);text-decoration: none;text-transform: none;background-color: rgba(0, 0, 0, 0);”>WHY THE STATE CONFERENCES’ “TWU DISTRICT DAYS” CAMPAIGN IS SO IMPORTANT IN OUR FIGHT TO PROTECT WORKING FAMILIES</strong></div> <div>By TWU COPE Field Staff Representatives Gwen York and Terry Daniels</div> <div> <div>One of the main goals of our State Conference program […]
Published 05 Jan, 2016 1966 Strike a Seminal Moment in TWU History Fifty years ago this month, New York City transit workers, led by TWU founding president Michael Quill, voted unanimously to strike, setting the stage for how TWU is recognized today: a fighting, militant union that stands up for justice for all working people, […]
Published 08 Mar, 2016 Another of our Voter Registration Campaign videos has just been released! Through the years, there have been some great films about the American political process: Mr. Smith Goes to Washington, Primary Colors, All the President’s Men. But none of those even come close to a new movie premiering this spring, co-produced […]
Published 27 May, 2016 International President Harry Lombardo reflects on Memorial Day in this video message to members. Having trouble viewing the video below? Watch on YouTube. Memorial Day originated as Decoration Day after the Civil War in 1868, when an organization of veterans in Illinois established it as a time for the nation to decorate […]
Published 14 Sep, 2011 </div></p> <p style=”color: rgb(74, 74, 74);text-decoration: none;text-transform: none;background-color: rgba(0, 0, 0, 0);”>Members from New York, Ohio, Texas, Pennsylvania, Nebraska, New Jersey, Michigan and California lobbied on Capitol Hill Sept. 13 to show congressional members they are the faces of workers whose livelihoods are in jeopardy, as will be the unemployed, if funding […]
Fleet & Ground Service Workers at AA Reach Tentative Agreement Published 26 Oct, 2011 The TWU Fleet Service and Ground Service Bargaining Committee at American Airlines, representing more than 11,000 workers at dozens of locations across the United States, has reached a tentative agreement for a new four-year labor contract. The proposed pact includes a […]