The ITF will work with railway unions in former Soviet countries to promote solidarity and campaigns following a historic meeting in Kazakhstan.
Representing railway workers around the world. Railway workers include train drivers, engineers, guards, control officers, signal staff, yard officials, shunters, rolling stock and track maintenance workers, cleaners, caterers, ticket staff and customer service professionals.
We fight for the rights of railway workers through:
We share information and coordinate action to combat the negative effects of restructuring, privatisation and outsourcing. Find out more about what we do below.
Rail workers in Sweden celebrated a victory on Wednesday as employers Veolia agreed to a deal, bringing a 16-day long strike to an end.
Railways are a male-dominated industry. Women in the railway industry tend to work in administration, sales, catering and cleaning. They’re also…
The ITF railway workers’ section brings together affiliated unions from around the world.