Statement from International President Harry Lombardo: “TWU has always been proud to stand on the front lines of social justice issues—from civil and human rights, to women’s rights, to climate change. On April 29, we’ll also be proud to support the People’s March for Climate, Jobs, and Justice, because when regular people take to the […]
Local 100 member Louis Gray was working on the subway tracks in the early morning hours of Nov. 3 when he was struck and killed by an oncoming train as he and another member, Jeffrey Fleming, tried to jump out of the way. Fleming survived. TWU International Executive Vice President and Local 100 President John […]
TWU Local 234 in Philadelphia and the city’s transit agency, SEPTA, came to an agreement early this morning to end the week-long strike in that city. The five-year deal is subject to ratification by the full membership.