| Whereas, NYC Transit entered
into a collective bargaining agreement with Transport Workers Union, Local
100 which incorporates the titles and duties of the CMA, ABM, MMC, CME,
CMF and CMC into the Car Inspector title and duties; and
Whereas, NYC Transit and TWU, Local 100 have agreed to utilize a five person inspection team on new technology subway cars and on all linked cars; and
Whereas, NYC Transit and TWU, Local 100 have agreed that all Car Inspector positions including the newly incorporated titles will be utility positions assigned by management; and
Whereas, NYC Transit and the Subway Surface Supervisors Association recognize the importance of the maintenance supervisors role in fully monitoring and implementing the agreement with Transport Workers Union, Local 100;
Whereas, the following agreement is in the furtherance of sound labor relations.
FIRST: Maintenance Supervisors in the Division of Car Equipment will be responsible for the following:
SECOND: The parties agree to pay Maintenance Supervisors an additional $1.00 per hour (in the base rate of pay) during the term of the collective bargaining agreement. In order to maintain such a payment into the next collective bargaining agreement, the Maintenance Supervisors must consistently implement and demonstrate full compliance with the provisions set forth in paragraph “FIRST”.