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My Time and Pay Depot Issues

Aug 1, 2014News

There have been a few teething issues since the introduction of My Time and Pay. Read More »

Millennium changes

Jul 11, 2014News

Changes to the Millennium trains are currently occurring at Cardiff, including the installation of new driver and guard secured seats similar to those already in use on various other rolling stock. Read More »

Pacific National – the latest

Jul 11, 2014Uncategorized

The RTBU met with Pacific National recently to discuss the company’s business integration program, and to clarify reports about more job loss. Read More »

Disappointing start to TCAC refurb

Jun 16, 2014News

It’s been a disappointing start to refurbishments of the TCAC office area and the associated amenities attached to the building. Read More »

Focus on staff safety

Jun 5, 2014News

Following a spate of recent incidents where NSW transport workers have been bashed, threatened and abused, the union has launched a campaign calling on the NSW Government to guarantee the safety of the workforce. Read More »

Public transport security reaching crisis point

Jun 2, 2014News

The NSW Rail, Tram and Bus Union is calling on the NSW Government to address failing security measures across the NSW transport network following recent attacks on transport workers including a group of thugs giving […] Read More »

Sector 1 Rostering Dispute

May 21, 2014News

Mortdale, Cronulla and Waterfall depots have had a big safety win recently, with drivers fighting to maintain review road diagrams following Sydney Trains’ attempt to remove them. Read More »

Transport Now – Budget wrap

May 20, 2014National Union News

The latest edition of Transport NOW – the RTBU’s monthly national policy newsletter – has just been released. Read More »

Removing staff car parks will impact on running of rail network

May 20, 2014News

Taking 1000 car spots away from key transport workers at train stations could effect the on time running of the rail network, the NSW Rail, Tram and Bus Union said today. Read More »

Aurizon tries to throw out QLD EAs

May 16, 2014News

Privatised Queensland rail freight carrier Aurizon is attempting to terminate 14 expired enterprise agreements – a move the RTBU says it will vigorously fight. Read More »