Workers and passengers must benefit from the fast expansion of bus rapid transport (BRT) around the globe – that was the call from trade unions…
Building stronger unions and fairer workplaces.
From ending workplace violence to campaigning for employment rights , ITF’s urban transport committee is committed to a safer, fairer, decent workplace for urban transport workers.
In the face of privatisation and deregulation, growth of passenger transport multinational companies and changes in forms of work, urban transport unions are making change happen.
Bus drivers in Paris showed that union work in the city will continue despite the recent attacks by holding a one day strike, 18 November.
Following an urgent plea for support from its affiliate in Panama, ITF general secretary Steve Cotton has today written to the president of Panama…
The president of the ITF-affiliated BTS union in Turkey – who was injured in the suicide bombings in Ankara on 10 October – has condemned the…