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The first days of a new year are a time to reflect on the past 12 months and make plans for the next; a time to give thanks for each other, to evaluate what we accomplished together, and to assess where we hope to be when we find ourselves together again at the holidays next year.

Here at TWU, 2016 was a monumental year. We organized a record number of new members into our union, bringing union representation to working people in the airline, transit, and service sectors. We launched the TWU app, offering real-time updates and news alerts to our members on-the-go, and increased our presence on social media and through our monthly e-newsletter, Shop Talk, because you told us you wanted more information from your International union. We successfully bargained and ratified new contracts in all of our divisions, including for some of our largest locals, including Local 556, and Local 234, ending a transit strike in Philadelphia just before Election Day.

Read President Lombardo’s column and more in the Winter 2016 Express.

 

Read more>> January 02, 2017

Brothers and Sisters:

The TWU International Administrative Committee and International staff extend to you and your families warm wishes for a happy, healthy holiday season.

This is a time for reflection and to make plans for 2017; a time to give thanks for one another, to evaluate what we accomplished, and to assess where we hope to be this time next year.

 

Read more>> December 23, 2016

Press Releases & Statements

Local News

A number of heroic MTA/NYCT workers among TWU Local 100's ranks have been nominated for Hometown Heroes in Transit awards, which honor exceptional bus and subway workers. Who are these heroes? Among them is a group of fast-moving MTA trackmen who saved the life of a co-worker about to fall 60 feet to the street from an elevated subway line in Brooklyn, and a 90-year-old subway machinist (and World War II veteran) who makes parts for workhorse trains that were built decades ago.
 
Read more>> November 07, 2014

 

 

 

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