More than 350 Baltimore-area bus drivers are preparing to celebrate victory in a $1.25 million wage theft case against Durham School Services, an Illinois-based bus-contracting company with operations across much of the country.
Teamsters Local 174 has reached an agreement with First Student covering more than 450 school bus drivers who transport K-12 students for the Seattle School District.
Baltimore school bus workers win $1.25 million wage settlement; Teamsters Local 445 drivers and monitors in New York win fight for fair contract at Durham; what to do when your bus equipment is defective – all these stories and more are in the latest issue of the Drive Up Standards newsletter, by and for Teamster school bus members. Read the newsletter, here.
More than 70 Teamster school bus workers in western Illinois have ratified a new three-year contract with First Student.
(BALTIMORE) – Baltimore school bus drivers and attendants have reached a $1.25 million wage settlement with their employer, Durham School Services, the transportation contractor for Baltimore City Public Schools. The settlement covers damages for 366 class members over unpaid wages dating back to 2010.
(Tukwila, Wash.) Teamsters Local 174 represents more than 450 school bus drivers who transport K-12 students for the Seattle School District and are preparing to strike over unfair labor practice charges after First Student broke off talks and walked away from negotiations.
School bus workers with First Student in Flint, Mich., have voted overwhelmingly, 69-3, in favor of representation by Teamsters Local 332, also in Flint. The 93 school bus drivers and monitors transport children in the Flint Community Schools district.
After 18 months, two strikes and multiple charges filed, school bus drivers and monitors with a local Teamsters union approved a contract with Poughkeepsie-based Durham School Services that will improve working conditions and safety, they announced.