TWU Local 101, which represents over 2,500 utility workers at the multi-national energy company National Grid, is ready to take its contract fight wherever it needs to go — starting with the streets, this Thursday outside of company headquarters in Brooklyn, NY.
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 center operators and technicians — TWU is in uncharted territory, the first to unionize workers in the growing bikeshare industry.
On the thirteenth anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, we pay tribute to those who lost their lives and to the strength of the American spirit. Amid the horror of that day, 3,000 transit workers — members of TWU Local 100 — rushed to Ground Zero, serving as first responders and assisting in cleanup and recovery efforts throughout the days and weeks that followed.
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