LA Metro Transit Agency Ripped Off Operators, Suit Says

Law360, New York (July 16, 2013, 3:04 PM EDT) -- The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority was slapped with an ex-employee’s proposed collective action Monday in California state court accusing the authority of failing to compensate train and bus operators for all their work time by, among other things, making it difficult for them to claim extra pay when their trips were delayed.

The suit alleged the agency, known as Metro, which operates a fleet of roughly 2,200 buses and six train lines covering about 88 miles of track, violated the Fair Labor Standards Act...
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