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Mar 11

Sandra Frye Steps Up to Lead Local 1700

On March 1, ATU Local 1700 began writing a new chapter in the union’s history. After serving as president for more than eight years, Bruce Hamilton assumed new duties as an ATU International Vice President. Executive V.P. Sandra Frye, as mandated by the union’s bylaws, has stepped up to lead Local 1700.

Mar 06

Los Angeles Times Investigates Discount Bus Operators

The deadly Scapadas Magicas bus crash outside Big Bear exposes business practices that allow Mexico-based tour buses to skirt U.S. laws.

Feb 28

FMCSA Data Requests

This User Guide and Manual describes standardized processes and techniques to address and resolve Requests for Data Reviews (RDRs) generated by commercial drivers, motor carriers, FMCSA and State agency users, and others, when submitted electronically to FMCSA’s DataQs website.

Feb 26

How to Challenge FMCSA Data

The many stresses Greyhound drivers are constantly subjected to have been increased by CSA.  Here's How to Stand Up for Your Rights.   

Feb 25

Bruce Hamilton to Take ATU International Position

Set to join ATU as VP on March 1

Feb 07

More Tragic Bus Crashes - Congress Must Act Now

Fatal California Crash & Boston Accident highlight Sweatshops on Wheels

Transit union says policy makers  & carriers are co-conspirators for failure to address driver fatigue

Jan 27


Voting is underway on the groundbreaking new contract for Greyhound drivers and maintenance workers. 

Jan 18

New Contract Rewrites Rules of the Road

SOLIDARITY ROAD - SPECIAL EDITION: Local 1700 Executive Board unanimously recommends members ratify tentative agreement that raises all wages, pays drivers for all time at work, returns all subcontracted work.

Jan 12

Tentative Agreement Reached for New Deal With Greyhound

The agreement will be sent to Local 1700 members for a ratification vote as soon as possible.

Jan 12

City Hall - Stop Lying and Put Our Kids Safety 1st!

How do we know the city is lying about EPP cost and legality in school bus bids?
There own words... Here is what the City about EPPs in court.

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