Port Authority Board Unanimously Approves 4-Year Union ContractWith full support of Port Authority CEO Ellen McLean, the board unanimously voted to approved a contract with the union, which was ratified earlier this week.
Pittsburgh-Area Transit Authority Union OKs New ContractThe union representing 2,200 bus and light-rail drivers and other employees of the Pittsburgh area's transit agency has approved a new tentative contract.
Port Authority, Union, Allegheny County Reach Tentative DealPort Authority, the county and the Amalgamated Transit Union were mum on the details, issuing a joint statement saying only that they will put the tentative pact in front of the union membership a week from Sunday.
Port Authority Looks To Reign In Legacy CostsThe Port Authority says drastic union concessions are needed in order to pull the transit system out of what it describes as a "death spiral" - a future of service cuts and fare hikes.
Contract For Port Authority Drivers Calls For CutsThe KDKA Investigators have learned a new contract offer to Port Authority drivers calls for major changes. Under the new contract wages, benefits and health care will change dramatically.
Port Authority To Probe Problems With Monday's CommuteThe Port Authority is taking a closer look at the problems that occurred with service on Monday.
Port Authority Spokesperson: No Solution In SightThe latest round of Port Authority service cuts went into effect on Sunday. On Monday, commuters got their first dose of the new changes to the system.
Port Authority Service Cuts Go Into EffectThe Port Authority's 15 percent reduction in service went into effect Sunday, but the real impact will likely be felt in the days ahead. In all, 29 bus routes in Allegheny County were eliminated.
Major Cuts Coming For Port Authority RidersDespite last-minute pleas for more negotiation time, the Port Authority is now set to put in place drastic cuts to bus service beginning on Sunday.
Protest Held Over Public Transportation Privatization ProposalMore than three dozen members of the union representing Port Authority drivers and mechanics spent their morning rallying against a proposal to turn over two bus routes to a private operator.
Port Authority, Union Remain At Odds Over Possible Cuts