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Special Education bus drivers at Portland Public School transport our community's most vulnerable students while serving as essential parts of a student's educational and support team. So why do these drivers earn poverty wages? After [...]
Last week, we announced a brand-new partnership with our long-time friends with OPAL Environmental Justice Oregon and Bus Riders Unite to bring back the Rider Advocate Program. Between 1994 and 2009, Rider Advocates served as a highly-recognizable presence [...]
ATU Local 757 is excited to announce a new partnership with OPAL Environmental Justice Oregon and Bus Riders Unite to develop a new Rider Advocate program, dedicated to improving safety on transit. This partnership is [...]
Sisters & brothers, we're thrilled to announce that ATU 757's negotiating team has reached a tentative agreement on a new four-year contract with Rogue Valley Transportation District in Medford! The TA includes major across-the-board wage [...]
Today, over ATU 757's strong objections, TriMet's Board of Directors officially appointed Doug Kelsey, current Chief Operating Officer, as the company's next General Manager. For more information about the sham hiring process and the problems [...]
February 22nd, 2018 Tonight's Portland Public Schools/First Student Portland Continuation meeting is CANCELED due to inclement weather.
Our union is full of creative folks. We've got singers, dancers, artists, and at least one professional clown (no, we're not kidding about that). Today, we want to celebrate one of our creative folks, the [...]
NOTICE: NOMINATIONS AND VOTE FOR ATU LOCAL 757 ELECTIONS COMMITTEE WHAT: Nominations for the 2018 Elections Committee WHO: ATU members in good standing who will not be candidates WHEN: You must submit your nomination [...]
Retired sisters & brothers, please be advised that we made a mistake in the Retirees' Corner in this month's edition of the NW Labor Press. In the birthdays section, we accidentally repeated the list of [...]