TWU Set To Open Office In Brooklyn Heights

The Transport Workers Union – the folks who keep mass transit going or the folks who brought you the transit strikes of 2005, 1980 and 1966 depending on your point of view – will be opening its new office in Brooklyn Heights on Monday.

From their website a note to members:

The Local 100 business office at 1700 Broadway in Manhattan is closed as of Friday September 6, 2013. The move to our new union hall at 195 Montague Street in downtown Brooklyn is nearly complete, but we still need the weekend and at least Monday to complete the transition for phone and computer installation. Please call your Division Officers in the interim to access union services. When operational, all contact numbers will remain the same, including the main office phone number: 212-873-6000.

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  • Andrew Porter

    Gosh, I’ve still got my “Sue TWU” and “To Hell with [Mike] Quill” buttons from the 1960s transit strike. Wonder if I’d cause a riot of I wore them today?

  • Topham Beauclerk

    Andrew, are you equally outraged by the conduct of the bosses of the transit workers and by the politicians who starve the system?