Metro’s parent, the Bi-State Development Agency, is moving west to downtown’s Metropolitan Square building.
You may have heard the commercials from the Amalgamated Transit Union criticizing a Metro board member for handing out a recipe for Oreo cookies to union negotiators.
Union workers at Metro, the local transit agency, are meeting and greeting commuters this morning to call attention to their quest for a new contract.
Organizers say they couldn’t be happier with how 4th of July went at temporary home
Metro president John Nations says each “articulated” bus is 60 feet long with 54 seats and a lot more room for standing.
Warmer weather is here and more bikers, joggers and walkers are going to be out and about—as well as kids on summer break.
Metro bus drivers reported to work on time this morning and officials with the transit company say everything is running smoothly.
Metro president and CEO John Nations is in Washington D.C. to lobby on behalf of the American Public Transportation Association.
“You had elderly people moving as fast as they could to get away, you had young children sitting nearby that were being protected by their mothers.”
“One of us has to bend,” Amalgamated Transit Union Local 788 President Mike Breihan said. “I’m willing to bend a little bit if they’re willing to bend a little bit. We both have to give a little bit.”