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  • Magic_Wealthy
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    you might be mistaking....I remember DCAS administering this exam.

  • Magic_Wealthy
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    If they mere with MTAPD....that means they MUST be paid the same. and top pay for MTAPD is $99,380 after 7 years. makes sense right?

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  • CO HOPEFUL
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    Yes that’s correct they are looking to merge with mtapd

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  • nycapomts
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    Hi guys, so my contact told me that it looks more like a merger happing with MTAPD this first time he tells me this. Also he said that DCAS has the exam and waiting to stablish the list, I find that weird because it was MTA that gave the exam.

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  • gbotj
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    You would keep your tier, we’ve had a lot of bus drivers and transit guys come over for the retirement. As a new hire you would start back from step 1 salary though and pay the 2% into medical.

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  • Josel1992
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    CO hopeful .. I think that’s incorrect info,
    I just started with the city and people in my class that were tier 4 prior to starting this new job were able to remain tier 4

  • CO HOPEFUL
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    A new contract has nothing to do with what tier you are in . They are 2 separate things. You would still be treated as a new hire regardless if you are currently a city employee or in the Nycers system .

  • Magic_Wealthy
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    VERY good question. Because I'm tier 4. going on 8 years with NYCTA. (Train Operator now)

  • DocMorbid
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    Originally posted by gbotj View Post
    With this new contract they created a new wage progression of 2 additional steps to top pay for new hires (7 years now), new hires pay 2% into medical. The MTA is still working towards additional work rule changes (more LE oriented than current work rules) and they probably won’t hire until those work rules are changed.
    Does that apply to people who have X amount of years working for the city (prior to tier 6), with their pension in NYCERS?

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  • CO HOPEFUL
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    They are not going to hire anyone from this list . The new contract will entice a lot of the tbta officers to not retire especially when they are getting paid a lot more money . Think about it guys . The mta will just pay overtime if needed instead of hiring new blood .

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  • gbotj
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    With this new contract they created a new wage progression of 2 additional steps to top pay for new hires (7 years now), new hires pay 2% into medical. The MTA is still working towards additional work rule changes (more LE oriented than current work rules) and they probably won’t hire until those work rules are changed.

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  • WILLDOGS
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    Nice to see you around here again. Thanks for the update! Exciting stuff. Stick around a bit

  • Anti-crime
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    Originally posted by gbotj View Post
    180 Bridge and Tunnel Officers will be deployed to patrol NYC Subways on a joint task force with MTAPD to combat fare evasion. The task force is geared to enforce fare evasion and promote employee safety in reducing assaults on MTA employees in the transit and bus systems. Bridge and Tunnel Officers were awarded a CBA of total 23% bringing top pay to $80k. Part of the CBA is an agreement to bring remaining work rules in front of an arbitrator for compensation (the rumored number is 93k for top pay). BTOBA pattern bargaining was taken away from TWU with this contract and given pattern with MTAPD. Honestly this is the first time I’ve seen such major changes on this job and it’s actually quite exciting, a lot of us are looking forward to the new functions and partnerships.
    Any new word when the list and processing is going to start ?

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  • gbotj
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    180 Bridge and Tunnel Officers will be deployed to patrol NYC Subways on a joint task force with MTAPD to combat fare evasion. The task force is geared to enforce fare evasion and promote employee safety in reducing assaults on MTA employees in the transit and bus systems. Bridge and Tunnel Officers were awarded a CBA of total 23% bringing top pay to $80k. Part of the CBA is an agreement to bring remaining work rules in front of an arbitrator for compensation (the rumored number is 93k for top pay). BTOBA pattern bargaining was taken away from TWU with this contract and given pattern with MTAPD. Honestly this is the first time I’ve seen such major changes on this job and it’s actually quite exciting, a lot of us are looking forward to the new functions and partnerships.

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  • WILLDOGS
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    https://www.amny.com/transit/subway-...nyc-1.32521139

    Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Monday announced he would be directing 500 additional law enforcement agents to the subway system to combat assaults against transit workers and what the MTA believes to be an increase in fare evasion. Cuomo said he also will explore additional video monitoring.

    Of the 500 new police officers, 200 will be added NYPD officers; 200 will be redeployed MTA police and another 100 will be transferred from the MTA Bridge and Tunnel police force. The force will begin ramping up on Monday, with the added officers focusing on 50 subway stations and another 50 bus routes. Cuomo said there is a correlation between stations and routes where there is a high level of worker assaults and fare evasion.

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