March Charter meetings (Sun, Mar 20 @ 13:00 and Tue, Mar 22 @ 10:00) will be held via zoom. Please go the the Calendar to find the logon information. You will be placed in a waiting room and admitted into the meeting from there.

The Amalgamated Transit Union is committed to women’s equity and inclusion. That means fighting for our members in the workplace, in contract negotiations, in our own campaigns, and in the halls of government.
It takes all of us as union members to address gender-based discrimination and uphold the voice and dignity of the women in our union and our workplaces.
We are asking all active ATU members in the U.S.

We want to welcome our new Executive Board Members for CT, Robert Gaines and Mark Myers who were appointed by President Custer, with support by the Executive Board.  We additionally want to thank the other ATU members, also very qualified candidates,  who wished to be considered for this position.  We appreciate you all for stepping forward! 

With the retirement of ATU’s Director of Organizing Chris Townsend, International President John Costa has named Justin Panos the new ATU Interim Director of New Organizing.

Community Transit Colleagues,

Community Transit has updated the Employee Policy on Preventing and Addressing COVID-19. In addition, there are new policies affecting contractors, visitors and customers. All policies are designed to provide a long-term path forward as the virus continues to evolve in our community. Following are highlights from the employee policy; please review the full policy for a detailed explanation on these topics and more:

Here's an option to order home test kits from WA State Department of Health

Community Transit Colleagues,
Community Transit’s COVID-19 isolation, quarantine and testing policy has been adjusted with updated guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Washington state, and local public health offices.
Community Transit Colleagues,
Our county and region are currently experiencing a dramatic rise in COVID-19 cases because of the highly contagious Omicron variant.