To help customers better get used to the process of identifying buses with their MyWay cards, the ACT government will extend until December 31, 2011 the current transitional period during which standard fares do not apply, Paul Peters, Executive Director, Roads and Public Transport, announced today. If a job has a registered agreement, the bonus does not apply. However, the ACT 2011-12 budget was released today by Treasurer Katy Gallagher, Chief Minister Jon Stanhope said he had introduced other measures of the transport strategy for Canberra. “The ACT government is aware of the need to put the ACT into a sustainable transportation future, while continuing to read. The Fair Work Commission can also help employers and workers negotiate with their New Approaches programme. Read more about The New Approaches on the Fair Work Commission website. Registered agreements are valid until terminated or issued. Bus traffic will be temporarily interrupted on Thursday, June 16, 2011 to allow for a scheduled meeting between ACTION drivers, transportation agents and transportation staff for special needs to discuss their corporate agreement offer, James Roncon, Director of ACTION Buses, announced today. “The Transport Workers` Union (TWU) has a meeting of the sequel.
Land and Municipal Services Minister Simon Corbell announced today that an agreement in principle has been reached between ACTION and the Australian Manufacturing Workers Union (AMWU) on their next company agreement. Mr Corbell said the ACT government was pleased to make a breakthrough in the negotiations between ACTION and Weiterlesen. Canberra bus drivers voted to restart negotiations with the ACT government following a decision in principle to accept the government`s recent wage offer, but rejected the proposed company deal. The decision was made today at a meeting where hundreds of runners travelled to Canberra Stadium to continue reading. Responses to questions posed by Amanda Bresnan MLA as part of the budget estimation procedure showed that the government has recognised that the new suburbs of Molonglo need to be served by public transport at the beginning of development. . . .