Amalgamated Transit Union 1415
We are the largest labor union representing transit and allied workers in the U.S. and Canada – fights for the interests of its hard-working members and promotes mass transit.
Founded in 1892, the ATU today is comprised of over 190,000 members, including: metropolitan, interstate, and school bus drivers;
paratransit, light rail, subway, streetcar, and ferry boat operators; mechanics and other maintenance workers; clerks, baggage
handlers, municipal employees, and others. ATU can be found in 44 U.S. states and
the District of Columbia, and nine Canadian provinces.
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Our Brothers and Sisters of Saskatoon Local 615 need our help. Saskatoon Transit workers have been without a contract since 2012.
Following a set of meetings on March 7, local 615 decided to scale back uniforms rather than begin a full-blown strike. Pensions continue to be a major point of contention between the union and the City of Saskatoon.
Drivers are encouraging people to contact Saskatoon city councillors via text/e-mail to request that the city settle this important issue.
We stand in Solidarity with ATU Local 615!