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AC Transit Bus

AC Transit Workers Vote To Reject Contract Agreement

Leaders of Amalgamated Transit Union Local 192, which represents about 1,800 bus drivers, mechanics, dispatchers, clerical and other workers, had recommended that employees approve the tentative agreement, which was reached last Wednesday.


San Francisco Muni

Unlicensed San Francisco Muni Operators Face Firing

Dozens of San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency operators are facing the possibility of being fired for their failure to obtain valid driver’s licenses.


U.S. Secretary of Labor Hilda Solis steps off of a new Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority hybrid bus after touring the agency's hybrid technology training program on July 21, 2011 in San Jose. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

U.S. Labor Secretary Touts Green Jobs In Silicon Valley

U.S. Labor Secretary Hilda Solis said Wednesday that Silicon Valley is a good example of how a clean energy revolution is helping put Americans back to work.


San Francisco Muni

Arbitrator Upholds Contract Rejected By Muni Drivers

An arbitrator declared that the terms of the agreement rejected by Muni operators will become the binding contract for the next three years.

KPIX 5–06/13/2011

A 5-Fulton Muni bus. (CBS)

San Francisco Muni Operators Reject Contract Agreement

A tentative agreement between the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency and its transit operators’ union was voted down by union members, according to voting results released by the SFMTA.


A 5-Fulton Muni bus. (CBS)

San Francisco Muni, Operators Reach Tentative Contract Deal

San Francisco’s public transit agency has reached a tentative deal with its operators on a new contract.

CBS San Francisco–06/01/2011

Stow Lake (Wikipedia)

Stow Lake Operator Ordered To Vacate Premises

The current operator of the Stow Lake boathouse has been asked to leave by the end of the month so the new vendor can begin to move in.


San Francisco Muni

San Francisco Muni Overtime Costs Soaring

The city’s Municipal Transportation Agency is on pace to break its overtime budget by $18 million this year, a 55 percent cost overrun.

CBS San Francisco–05/13/2011

Muni Operators Set to Get Wage Hike

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) _ San Francisco public transit operators are set to receive a nearly 6 percent wage hike, even as all other city worker unions have agreed to pay cuts.