Today the ACLU of Washington joined nonprofit pro-labor group Working Washington in its lawsuit against Sound Transit, challenging the transportation organization's refusal to run ads on their downtown-to-airport light rail cars demanding that we "make all airport jobs good jobs."
Ads that the airport, ironically enough, had no problem running.
The lawsuit, filed on April 5 in U.
Washington state transit authority Sound Transit has broken ground on a $383.2m project to extend light rail from Sea-Tac Airport to South 200th Street in the city of SeaTac, Washington, US.
The Trade Union Congress of the Philippines (TUCP)-Nagkaisa will join other groups in holding mass actions against the impending fare hike in the Metro Rail Transit 3 (MRT 3) and Light Rail Transit.
Staff at Sound Transit, the regional authority building light rail, want to pay for nearly half of a transit tunnel under downtown Bellevue by siphoning up to $150 million in transportation funds generated for Seattle's light-rail s...
Remember that labor-funded ad demanding that we "make all airport jobs good jobs," the one that Sound Transit deemed too controversial to appear on their downtown-to-airport light rail trains? Well guess who doesn't seem to have a p...