The latest attack on workers' rights around the world is now hitting the people who make public transportation possible in many of the world's metro areas.
In Stockholm, Gothenburg and Helsinki, commuters are taking the initiative in the fight for decent, free public transportation.
200 imprisoned union bus workers released; all were denied the right to return to their jobs. Hundreds more are still in prison.
Harry Harrington, a New York city MTA Train Operator writes his account and analysis of the strike that shut down New York.
Hundreds of striking bus workers of the state-owned Vahed bus company are still in detention in Tehran today following the vicious attack by thousands of members of the security forces on their strike on Saturday 28th January.
Iranian bus drivers in Tehran are on strike again, in the face of mass arrests and repression, including the families of the four main union leaders.
Unions in South Korea launched a general strike today after the passage of a temporary workers bill by the National Assembly.
New York City transit workers rejected bosses' offer after their illegal three-day strike last month.
Fourteen leaders of Tehran’s transport workers’ union were arrested last month after staging a no-ticket action (when bus drivers refused to collect fares) against Sherkate Vahed, a state owned bus company, to demand higher wages.
Bus drivers in North West London took wildcat action last week and refused to leave their garage in protest against management bullying and 'spy' cameras in their cabs.