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NEXT MEETING: Sat Nov 17, 2012. 10 am at Thomas Merton Center. (General membership meetings are the 3rd Saturday of each month)This website and all our educational materials are currently being redesigned – stay tuned for some big changes. Here’s a basic summary of the Proposal for Organization, Strategy, Tactics, Activities that was revised and voted for […]

NEXT PPT MEETING: Saturday, October 20th, at 10 am at The Thomas Merton Center (5129 Penn Ave).Join a team of transit drivers, riders, and supporters working together to defend and expand mass transportation in our region.  Come to find out how you can contribute to local and statewide campaigns to secure long-term, dedicated transit funding.  We’ll be sharing news […]

PPT in the News: The Transit Crisis Isn’t Over

On October 11th, members of the ATU’s Local 85 voted to ratify a contract that included $60 million in concessions over the next four years.  Their actions, along with funds from the state and county, averted the devastating 35% service cut that had been slated to take effect in September.  However, all of this is […]

Meeting on July 21st

Join us for a meeting at 10am at the Thomas Merton Center. We’ll be meeting with members of ATU Local 85.

Meeting with ATU Local 85 and the International President

Today we met at the ATU Local 85 headquarters along with International President, Larry Hanley. We’ve got only a couple months before the bus cuts take effect. We’ll be working closely with the union and PPT has got big plans for September 8th.

Raising the Issue

Over the past couple weeks we’ve passed out 10,000 of our 2nd edition ‘PA Needs Transit’ newspaper. If you haven’t seen it yet, you can download the digital version here: PA Needs Transit

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April 1st is #NationalCensusDay of Action. Spread the word, inviting others to participate, so we can have fair political representation and adequate funding for public transit and other community needs. #KeystoneCounts #CountMeIn
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