TWU Local 100 weighs in on fare hike controversy

Allen, Zita
August 2007
New York Amsterdam News;8/2/2007, Vol. 98 Issue 32, p3
The article reports that the Transport Workers Union of America(TWU) Local 100 has opposed the Metropolitan Transportation Authority's (MTA) plan to raise bus fairs in New York. According to Roger Toussaint, president of TWU, the city and the state need to step up and pay their fair share of the cost. The MTA has already forecasted a budget deficit.


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