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While the car driver can and does maintain the independent control of the vehicle and must apply the brakes to prevent the vehicle from passing the red flashing lights, the Metro trainman is subject to an automatic and electronically controlled system of timed speed limits, which is triggered by the train's front bogie wheels setting the system in motion, 200m in advance of the crossing lights.
This amounted to about $30,600, with each trainman receiving $1,700 of the total.
In response, the federal government, which had taken over the railroads during the war, ordered that African American workers be paid the same wages as whites for fireman, switchman, and trainman jobs.
The Piccadilly Line trainman, who is in his thirties, said: "It was a nightmare.
The plaintiff class representatives are Brandi Standridge, a 25-year-old trainman and engineer for Union Pacific who lives in Pocatello, Idaho and Kenya Phillips, a 32-year-old engineer who lives near Kansas City, Mo.
He began his career with the Illinois Central in 1976, where he worked as a yard switchman, road trainman and commuter passenger conductor.
The duties of firemen changed when diesels replaced steam power in road freight service, and railway officials argued that some of the remaining tasks overlapped with those of the head-end trainman.
The plaintiff class representatives are: Brandi Standridge, a 25-year-old trainman and engineer for Union Pacific who lives in Pocatello, Idaho, and Kenya Phillips, a 32-year-old engineer who lives near Kansas City, Mo.
Selections include "The Trainman Cometh," "Saw Bitch Workhorse," "Neodammerung" and over a dozen others.
He joined the former Milwaukee Road as a trainman and locomotive engineer in 1970, after spending five years in the U.
The agreement allows UTU members to choose among three options: (A) $23 per hour plus a one-time payment of $60,000 per trainman for elimination of the productivity fund; (B) a slightly modified version of the recently imposed national UTU agreement; or (C) binding arbitration.
The proposed agreement, the result of 2-1/2 years of negotiation, was based on a concept of assigned service with an initial wage of $23 per hour plus a one-time payment of $60,000 per trainman for elimination of the productivity fund.
He began his career in 1963 as a trainman on the Seaboard Airline Railroad.
The agreement includes a one-time payment of $60,000 per trainman for eliminating annual productivity-fund payments.