2,351 SEPTA Operators to Receive Settlement Checks In October
TWU Local 234 Labor Day Parade 2015
Protecting Our Members Democratic Rights
Fight For Pension Reform Underway
Boss Made Up The Whole Story?
TWU Local 234's 7th Annual "Taking Care of Our Own" Golf Outing
Philadelphia Politics and the TWU, a Brief History
TWU Local 234 Scholarship Winners
TWU Local 234’s 2015 Women’s Committee & Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Event
While Top Management Wants Peace And Harmony, Operating Managers Dish Out Cruel And Unusual Punishment
President's Report "On The Move"
Update Regarding Pension Negotiations
Muslim Bus Drivers Confront SEPTA Over Rules on Skirt Lengths
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.