If you're an operator at tri-met and you wish to take an unpaid day off you must file what is called a TDA! That means ' turn down approved'
The way the TDA process works now is that it is the soul domain of the "station agent ".
The station agents handout these TDA's to their favorite people as they see fit
Scott Q is attempting to change this process from being a perk that the station agents hand out to whomever they please to an organized list that allows every operator an equal chance to have a TDA
The only question I have is why has it taking so long to bring this up?
Scott Q wants a public list of every operator who has received a TDA in the past year.
How many drivers are getting favors while other drivers get screwed.
This needs to be codified process.