Last night's Fair Transit Forum featured an overflow crowd, heartfelt testimony from workers, and a strong show of solidarity from riders and allies, reports ATU Local 1764. And supporters continued to stop by the local's WMATA-ville encampment outside Transdev, which continues today (see On The Line). "Now it's time to send DC politicians a message," says Local 1764. Click here now to sign a letter urging adoption of "public transit policies that reflect the priorities of D.C. working families, rather than those of big developers and corporate contractors." For more photos and posts, check out Local 1764's Facebook page. photo: Washington D.C. Federation of Musicians members play at WMATA-ville
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