New York Bike Workers Agree to Industry's First-Ever Union Contract

July 14, 2015

Workers for Citi Bike in New York, represented by Transport Workers (TWU) Local 100, have agreed to terms on the first-ever union contract for bike share workers in North America. The union's board voted unanimously in favor of the agreement with NYC Bike Share-Motivate, which owns Citi Bike. Some 200 workers for the company will see hourly wages rise by more than 20% over five years and will receive numerous other improvements to their working situation once the contract goes into effect.

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