Welcome Local 250-A Members

Thank you for visiting the website of TWU Local 250-A. Our current motto is;

“Safety – Conduct – Professionalism – Service.”

Our aim is to carry this vision forward. Our mission is to keep you informed of any changes in current policy that will affect your working conditions and livelihood.

Please check this home page often for frequent updates and current information.

Stay connected! Submit your email for updates.

New Transit Operator Hires

Welcome new hires, full-time and part-time operators to TWU Local 250-A! We would like to congratulate you on your completion of the extensive training program. As you embark on real life driving situations putting your training in practice and being a new transit operator, transporting visitors and residents of San Francisco, we hope you consult your initial training program to be safe. Safety is first! If you should have questions or concerns, please contact your division chairperson at your assigned division.

Miscellaneous Report and Information Form

Submission Link

Complete the online form to  submit reports, issues/concerns or incidents directly to the Union.  Information will be directly forwarded to Union Officers. 

Retiree Health Care Trust Fund Board Election

The ballots for the San Francisco Retiree Health Care Trust Fund Board election have been sent to all employees’ homes and you should be receiving yours soon.

The SF Labor Council is recommending incumbent Board member and Local 21 member David Salem.

David has been serving skillfully in his role as Vice President on the Board and been an instrumental part of safeguarding and growing the fund from $50 to $300 million in just 5 years. He has the experience and the proven track record to provide critical oversight for our investments and our retirement futures.

IFPTE Local 21, SEIU 1021, and the San Francisco Fire Fighters Union are recommending their members vote for David as well.

Ballots must be received by the Department of Elections by 5:00 pm on Tuesday, May 28th.

In Unity,

Rudy Gonzalez

SFLC Executive Director