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Citi Bike workers consider joining transit union

Citi Bike share in New York City.
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More than half of the workers for the Citi Bike program in New York City have indicated they want to join the city's main transit union, the Daily News reported Monday.

TWU Local 100 is aiming to organize the 130 mechanics, dispatchers, docking station technicians and other employees at the privately held NYC Bike Share.

The employees feel Citi Bike is being poorly managed and they think a unified workforce will get it on track, Nicholas Bedell, education director at TWU Local 100 told the Daily News.

Bike sharing programs are booming across the U.S., with more than 30 major programs across North America including Minneapolis, Washington D.C., Chicago and Boston.

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