Golden Gate

Member Honored as Golden Gate Bridge District Employee of the Month


On April 26, Local 21 member Jim Hardy was named “Employee of the Month” by the Golden Gate Bridge Highway and Transportation District.

Golden Gate Members Ratify New Contract After More Than One Year of Bargaining


Last month, after more than one year at the bargaining table, Local 21’s Allied and Engineering chapter members at the Golden Gate Bridge Highway and Transportation District ratified new contracts, along with other unions in the coalition.

Golden Gate Reaches Tentative Agreement


On May 7, after more than one year at the bargaining table with the Golden Gate Bridge Highway and Transportation District, the Golden Gate Bridge Labor Coalition, including Local 21, reached a tentative agreement.

Golden Gate Labor Coalition Members Speak Out!


Golden Gate Bridge Labor Coalition members, including unionized deckhands, captains, terminal assistants, mechanics, and other District workers all have been fighting for a new contract and to keep healthcare affordable for their families since April of 2011. The Golden Gate Bridge General Manager and Board have insisted on concessions to help them out of a short term budget challenge but have given the non-union employees at the District a raise in July of 2011.

May Day 2012 Golden Gate Labor Coalition Rally


On Saturday, April 14, Local 21 members joined other Golden Gate Labor Coalition unions for a successful rally and march from the San Francisco Ferry Terminal to AT&T Park, coinciding with Giant’s opening day.

This Saturday! March & Rally with Bridge Workers on Baseball’s Opening Weekend


Come support the Golden Gate Labor Coalition workers as we enter into a second year of bargaining a new contract.

Members Picket Golden Gate 75th Anniversary Gala in Support of Bridge Workers


No one likes to ruin a party, but how can you be holding gala events celebrating the Golden Gate Bridge while attacking the people that actually make the bridge run at the same time? A very disturbing and heart breaking situation has been developing at the Golden Gate Bridge. Over 380 union members joined in a coalition of 19 unions have been bargaining for over 10 months without reaching an agreement, and now are down to a fight to keep healthcare affordable for families.

Join Local 21’s Picket at the 75th Golden Gate Bridge Anniversary


Standwith Local 21 members and other workers who dedicate their lives to operating and maintaining the bridge, providing transit services, and serving the customers of the Hwy 101 Golden Gate Corridor.Joinus for an informational picket on the 75th Golden Gate Bridge Anniversary at the Orchid Gala Benefit Preview Night Thursday, February 23, 6:30 – 10pm
at Fort Mason Center.

Occupy Shows Solidarity with Golden Gate Workers


On December 7, a giant OCCUPY! banner was hung over the Waldo Tunnel in support of the Golden Gate Labor Coalition workers, who have been in a struggle to get a fair contract since April 2011.