|Amalgamated Transit Union (ATU)|
The Amalgamated Transit Union was founded in 1892 and today is comprised of 160,000 members in 270 local unions who work for tranist systems across 46 states and nine provinces.
|Amalgamated Transit Union Local 689|
Labor union representing 6,000 Metrobus and Metrorail (subway) operators and mechanics in metropolitan Washington, D.C. Describes history, structure and current political issues.
|ATU Local 1015|
Representing workers at the Spokane Transit Authority and the Pullman Transit System.
|ATU Local 1576|
Transit workers in Everett, Washington.
|ATU Local 1700|
A national local acting as the bargaining union for over 4,000 Greyhound workers in the United States including drivers, mechanics, terminal employees, telephone operators, bus cleaners and office peronnel.
|ATU Local 587|
The largest ATU local on the West Coast, representing 3,400 active and 400 retired members from King County/Metro Transit, Jefferson Transit Authority, Clallam Transit System, Clallam Paratransit, and Seattle Personal Transit.
|ATU Local 757|
Web site containing information about the Amalgamated Tansit Union, Local 757 in Portland, Oregon and Vancouver, Washington.
The newsletter for Castleton Depot. One of Two NYC Transit Autorities garages on Staten Island which the Amalgamated Transit Union represents.