- Citi Bike workers fluctuate from 230 in the peak season, to around 160 in the off season.
- TWU 100 represents over 500 public bike share employees nationwide, in New York, Boston, Chicago and Washington DC.
- After finalizing the contract, full-time Citi Bike employees received an immediate 10% raise. That will increase by another 10% over the next five years. That translates to a $1.50 to $1.91 increase in hourly wages.
- TWU 100 also negotiated benefits, which included eight weeks of full paid leave, up to five sick days a year, medical benefits, and a 401(k).