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What does TCU stand for?

TCU stands for Transportation Communications International Union

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Members of the Amalgamated Transportation Union and the United Transportation Union ratified their contracts Sunday, while the Transportation Communications International Union is expected to vote Thursday.
WASHINGTON, July 6 /PRNewswire/ -- The International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers (IAM) today announced an historic agreement that will bring nearly 46,000 members of the Maryland-based Transportation Communications International Union (TCU) into the Machinists Union.
Robert Devlin was vice president of the Transportation Communications International Union for sixteen years before he retired.
For months, negotiators for the MTA and its three major unions have been hammering out contracts for the 4,268 rail and bus operators of the United Transportation Union, about 2,000 mechanics represented by the Amalgamated Transit Union, and the 638 communications workers of the Transportation Communications International Union.
Parker, International Vice President, Transportation Communications International Union The Center will present its 2001 Best Practices Awards during the conference in recognition of the effective and innovative dispute resolution efforts for collective bargaining and contract administration within each industry during 2000.
Negotiators for the MTA and its three major unions for months have been hammering out contracts for the 4,268 rail and bus operators of the United Transportation Union, the 2,000 or so mechanics of the Amalgamated Transit Union and the 638 communications workers of the Transportation Communications International Union.
WASHINGTON, July 24 /PRNewswire/ -- The nation's major freight railroads and the Transportation Communications International Union (TCU) have tentatively agreed on a new collective bargaining agreement covering more than 32,000 rail clerks and carmen.