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Friday, January 24, 2014

THE “TRUE” STATE OF TRIMET

By ATU 757
TriMet front line employees respond to 2015 budget proposal from agency management.
The transit workers’ union, ATU 757, has pulled together its members’ suggestions on where and how the agency should focus resources to ensure a safe, sustainable public transit system. While the employees have no official “say” in the process, union representatives intend to promote the alternative recommendations through all available avenues, including but not limited to contract negotiations, joint planning with TriMet leaders and Board members, media relationships, state government, regulatory agencies, community partners – and TriMet passengers. Use the link below to view the short set of slides with workers insights on the challenges the agency faces.

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

These are all excellent ideas and should be shared with the public in a brocure in each and every bus, train, tram and trolley. The public needs to be educated. Along with phone numbers and dates and times to board meetings. An information picket plus banners at key places would help. It wouldn't hurt a trip to Salem either.