CTA will be the second transit agency nationally and the largest agency to apply our signature good jobs policy, the USEP, to its major procurements.
The ElectrifyNY coalition pushed the largest transit agency in the country to commit to electrifying its entire bus fleet.
This pre-apprenticeship program will train people with systemic barriers to employment for clean, union jobs in the manufacturing industry.
In 2018, LA Metro committed to creating tens of thousands of good manufacturing jobs by adopting our good jobs and equity policy.
Our community-labor coalition is developing a jobs pipeline to train Chicagoans facing barriers to employment for jobs at CRRC, a railcar manufacturer in Chicago.
In 2017, the LA Department of Transportation committed to applying our signature good jobs and equity policy to all future purchases of clean transit equipment.
In 2017, the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (LA Metro) committed to transitioning its entire bus fleet — over 2,200 buses — to zero emissions technology by 2030. This transition will help improve air quality, fight climate change, and
Transportation makes up the bulk of greenhouse gas, particulate matter, and NOx emissions in California. To combat dirty transportation emissions, California initially mandated the use of compressed natural gas transit buses. But as zero emissions bus technology advanced, a broad
Community Benefits Agreements (CBAs) are legally enforceable agreements between private companies and coalitions of community and labor groups that are used to secure a wide range of job standards and equity measures.
Jobs to Move America is working across the country to develop apprenticeship programs and job pipelines that will ensure people who have historically been denied access to manufacturing careers have the necessary skills to obtain good, family-sustaining manufacturing jobs.