This web site will provide relevant information pertaining
to the Amalgamated Transit Union local 880. Should you have
any questions or concerns please feel free to send an email
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About the ATU
The Amalgamated Transit Union is the largest labor
organization representing transit workers in the United
States and Canada. Founded in 1892, the ATU today is
comprised of over 190,000 members in 264 local unions
spread across 44 states and nine provinces. Composed of
bus drivers, light rail operators, maintenance and
clerical personnel and other transit and municipal
employees, the ATU works to promote transit issues and
fights for the interests of its hard-working members.
Next Meeting Information
The next general membership meeting will be held at the date
and time listed below. At this meeting, normal business of
the union will be discussed.
126 W. Kings
Mt. Ephraim, NJ 08059
10:00 AM and 7:00 PM
Note: The time for the evening
meeting has been changed to 7 PM in accordance with our amended
bylaws effective July 1, 2016.
Do Not! – Do Not! – Do Not! – Do Not!
Go to NJ Transit’s Medical Dept.
For CDL Physicals
We have been saying this for years, yet members
continue to go to NJ Transit’s medical department for CDL
physicals. It is not required. Make your appointment with a
private doctor who is certified to give CDL physicals. There
are plenty of physicians certified. Call the union hall for a
list if necessary.
You are asking for trouble if you do not listen
to this advice. Again, do not go to NJ Transit’s medical
department for CDL physicals. Pay the fee for a private
physical from a certified healthcare professional.
Beginning May 21, 2014, all CDL physicals must be performed by a
health provider who is registered in the federal certification
program. Here is the link to find a health provider certified to
give CDL physicals -