Local 591 at O'Hare Airport in Chicago
Local 514 members on the midnight shift
Local 568, Miami
Local 505 in San Francisco
Local 568 in Miami
Local 510 members at Orlando Internantional Airport
Local 507 members outside in a snow storm at Logan Airport in Boston
Local 502 members at LAX
Local 512 at O'Hare

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Marcher holding a sign saying A Woman's Place is in Her union  

In a massive outpouring of support for women’s rights, workers’ rights, and human rights, more than a million people took part in Women’s Marches around the globe on Saturday, Jan. 21.


Their numbers included two dozen members of TWU Local 556’s Working Women’s Committee who joined the 500,000+ strong crowd of people gathered in Washington, D.C., along with TWU members and International staff who marched in the nation’s capital, Houston, and other cities around the country.

While women’s rights were a central theme to the event, the participants also marched in solidarity to support labor rights and human rights, and to demonstrate loud and clear how important it is to have our voices heard and to speak truth to power.

Read more>> January 24, 2017
Harry Lombardo with John Samuelsen at negotiations  

After two months of tough negotiations, Local 100 announced this afternoon that it has reached an agreement with the New York Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) on a new collective bargaining agreement for 38,000 Local 100 members. The contract expired at midnight Sunday but the negotiating teams continued to work through the night and all members were on the job today.

TWU International President Harry Lombardo and International Vice President and Transit Division Director Jerome Lafragola came to the negotiations in order to show their support for TWU Executive Vice President and Local 100 President John Samuelsen.

Read more>> January 16, 2017

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Jon Bradford is president of Transport Workers (TWU) Local 226, representing some 800 bus drivers and social service workers in New Jersey. The local is about to grow by 100 members, thanks to a successful organizing campaign by bus driver Luis Del Toro and his co-workers who work for Trans-Ed, a company that provides bus service to school districts in northern New Jersey.
Read more>> May 28, 2015

 

 

 

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