It’s Time to Show Our Colors and Our Fighting Spirit
Special ID Cards Required to Vote in September 30th Union Election, FLSA Suit Moves Forward and More
Local 234 Negotiations with SEPTA are Moving Forward on Both Economic and Quality of Work Life Issues
We Must Rise to the Challenge, SEPTA is Watching. Knockdowns Down, Assaults Down
Contract Negotiations Open, Fight for Pension Reform and other changes underway. Tough battle lies ahead
Fund Raiser for Operator’s Legal Defense a Big Success
Pictures From The 8th Annual TWU local 234 "Taking Care of Our Own" Golf Outing
Union Charges SEPTA with Unfair Labor Practice, plus Golf Outing Big Success
Legal Defense, Slate Operators and Weather Emergencies
Second in a series…the Lump Sum Pension Option. What is it, How does it work?
Union Member Charged, Raising Funds for her Legal Defense
“First in a series. How our Pension Works and How to Fix it,” plus GPS Alert
ARE WE READY TO RUMBLE?
Video Recordings Help Win Discharge Cases in Arbitration
Criminal Records Policy” Takes Effect with Changes, Public Sector Unions Survive Supreme Court Case.
Just Cause is Essential for All Union Contracts
LOCAL 234 SCHOLARSHIP DRAWING
2016 TWU Local 234's Women's Committee & Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Event
TWU Local 234's Women's Commitee Sponors March Madness 2016
“Local 234, Former Governor Rendell and area politicians support union rail maintenance jobs at Philadelphia’s Hyundai Rotem plant.”
TWU Local 234 Woman's & Veterans Committee and Members Come Together To Deliver Donations Made by Members of TWU Local 234
TWU Local 234 Executive Board & Staff Members Honor Section Officers at Special JEB Meeting
TWU Local 234 1st Annual Retiree Luncheon
New Surface Transportation Policy puts your CDL License at risk, along with your job.
The Pennsylvania AFL-CIO is proud to again announce its Annual Scholarship Essay Contest.
Fight For Pension Reform Underway
Update Regarding Pension Negotiations
Two Year Contract: A Pause in the Fight for Pension, Arbitration and Health Care Reforms
Republican legislators in Harrisburg recently introduced a bill to strip public sector unions of the right to negotiate dues check-off arrangements with public employers. If the bill passes, it could have a devastating effect on public sector unions, exposing them to further political attacks designed to strip transit workers and other public employees of pensions and other hard earned benefits. Police and firefighters were excluded, they could still contract for dues check off.