Workers at Mile Square Bus Transportation in Yonkers rally for better conditions

Workers at Mile Square Bus Transportation in Yonkers rallied today to demand better conditions on the job. The workers, who rallied outside their depot on

The workers, who rallied outside their depot on Nepperhan Avenue, called for cleaner facilities and an end to bullying.

The workers, who rallied outside their depot on Nepperhan Avenue, called for cleaner facilities and an end to bullying. (3/6/14)

YONKERS - Workers at Mile Square Bus Transportation in Yonkers rallied today to demand better conditions on the job.

The workers, who rallied outside their depot on Nepperhan Avenue, called for cleaner facilities and an end to bullying.

About 600 drivers, matrons and mechanics have been without a contract for five years.

Workers say they are underpaid, and that fire exits have been blocked and bathrooms are dirty.

Mile Square Bus Transportation management had their own sign, stating that the workers are the highest paid in the county and receive many benefits.

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