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TriMet retirees, spouses, and dependents, do you still need your new HOP ID Badge? These are the photo IDs that allow you to ride transit for free, replacing the old passes. From July 24th to [...]
We were so thrilled to nominate four outstanding activists from Local 757 for recognition at the Northwest Oregon Labor Council's Labor Appreciation Night! Jacob, Thomas, Beth, and Charisse are just four of the dedicated members [...]
Sisters & brothers, the Supreme Court has issued its ruling in Janus v. AFSCME, and the result is exactly what we expected: the Court held that unions can no longer collect fair-share fees from public-sector [...]
TriMet operators, you may have seen this posted on TriNet, but we want to make sure everyone is aware: there has been a change to SOP B903, Collision and Incident Procedures. Several months ago, TriMet [...]
UPDATE at 11am on 6/7/2018: phones are back up earlier than expected. You can direct all union business to our main phone number, (503) 232-9144.
Attention all TriMet Controllers and Dispatchers - due to a shortage of workers in the OCC, ATU and TriMet have agreed to allow Controllers and Dispatchers to work scheduled overtime at a double-time rate of [...]
TriMet retirees - did you know that you can sign up to receive updates from TriMet about your pension and benefits, as well as general news from the company? Just head on over to the [...]
On May 17th, we worked with Portland Jobs with Justice to hold a hearing of the Portland-area Workers Rights Board, concerning paratransit service in Portland. Paratransit, branded in and around Portland as TriMet LIFT, is provided [...]