May 20, 2011: Bus drivers in Vermont have a new contract thanks to a year-long rank-and-file campaign that reached out to the community.
April 15, 20011: Just hours before their strike deadline, Teamster bus drivers won a contract that delivers on the key issues.
April 11, 2011: Chittenden County Transportation Authority bus drivers overwhelmingly rejected a proposed three-year contract Sunday and began bracing for a strike.
April 4, 2011: Fifty Teamster bus drivers and public supporters held a “Just Practicing” picket in Burlington as part of the April 4 National Day of Action. Will a strike be next?
April 1, 2011: Bus drivers for the Chittenden County Transportation Authority say they are contemplating a strike over the authority’s push for shorter work weeks and an increase in the number of part-time drivers.
March 25, 2011: Teamster school bus drivers are organizing for change in New York Local 854—including at Outstanding Transport where for years the company has gotten away with paying drivers no overtime pay and paying bus aides less than the minimum wage.
February 18, 2010: Labor and community supporters are rallying to protect good jobs and quality bus service in Vermont.
February 14, 2011: Representatives from several unions and student groups rallied Sunday behind Chittenden County Transportation Authority bus drivers fighting for a new contract.
December 20, 2010: Teamster bus drivers in Vermont are reaching out to the riding public to win a contract that improves conditions for both drivers and passengers.