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July 10, 2015- The WSJ report, “Representatives of newly unionized workers at New York City’s bike-share program announced on Thursday that they have signed a contract that gives employees raises over the next 4½ years.
Transport Workers Union Local 100 said it signed a contract with NYC Bike Share, the operator of Citi Bike, and its parent company Motivate, which runs bike-share programs in other parts of the country. The contract would run until Feb. 28, 2020.
The union represents about 200 full-time, part-time and seasonal Citi Bike employees, including mechanics, technicians and call-center representatives.”