Tragic Accident Takes Bus Operator’s Life in Quincy

Today, we lost one of our own in a tragic incident at the Quincy Center T Station. We’re sure today was like any other for our union sister. She punched in, worked hard to get her riders safely to their destinations, and looked forward to going home at the end of her shift. Sadly, she …

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Let’s Show Joe We Have His Back!

Recognizing the need for a candidate who stands for working families, can beat Donald Trump, and restore civility and respect for the United States, our International Amalgamated Transit Union (ATU) General Executive Board voted to endorse Joe Biden for President. The vote came after an extensive poll of ATU membership to evaluate the entire field of …

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Local unions protest possible bus privatization at MBTA in Quincy

Patriot Ledger | By Joe DiFazio | Feb 2, 2020 Quincy — Standing in front of a 115-year-old bus depot on Hancock Street in Quincy on Sunday morning were dozens of MBTA union members with a message for the transit authority: No more privatization. The union workers, members of the International Association of Machinists and the Boston Carmen’s …

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