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Leaders of the Amalgamated Transit Union (ATU) Local 1433 announced today that union members have approved a new collective bargaining agreement and will return to work Saturday, January 16.
Now that the union has accepted the deal, service will return to normal Saturday, January 16 on all local routes and RAPID service will resume Tuesday, Jan. 19 after the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday weekend.
Members of the ATU have been on strike since last Friday, Jan. 8, affecting 34 Transdev-operated routes, about 60 percent of Phoenix’s bus service. Since the strike began, the city has worked with Transdev to provide Saturday-limited service on some of the city’s highest ridership routes.
0-Central Avenue; 1-Washington/Jefferson streets; 7-Seventh Street; 8-Seventh Avenue; 10-Roosevelt/32nd streets; 12-12th Street; 15-15th Avenue; 16-16th Street; 19-19th Avenue; 27-27th Avenue; 28-Lower Buckeye Road; 35-35th Avenue; 39-40th Street (north Phoenix); 44-44th Street/Tatum Boulevard; 50-Camelback Road; 52-Roeser Road; 60-Bethany Home Road; 70-Glendale Avenue/24th Street; 80-Northern Avenue/Shea Road; 90-Dunlap Avenue/Cave Creek Road; 106-Peoria Avenue; 122-Cactus Road; 138-Thunderbird Road; 154-Greenway Road; 170-Bell Avenue; 186-Union Hills Drive/Mayo Boulevard; SMART (Sunnyslope) circulator; DASH (downtown) circulator; and all RAPID commuter routes, including: Central South Mountain East; Central South Mountain West; I-10 East, I-10 West, I-17 and SR-51.