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Transport Salaried Staffs' Association

TSSA is an independent trade union for the transport and travel trade industries. We have thousands of members right across the UK and Ireland, working for the railways and associated companies.

Our members are the lifeblood of our union, thanks to our organising approach. Day in, day out, they give up their time and energy to supporting their colleagues at work and building TSSA’s grass roots.


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Latest News

  1. TSSA makes history this Black History Month

    29 October 2020

    TSSA is proud to be the first trade union to join racial equality initiative Investing in Ethnicity.

  2. TSSA welcomes Doreen Lawrence BAME covid report

    27 October 2020

    Transport union TSSA has welcomed the "light" shone on covid and BAME communities in a report by Baroness Doreen Lawrence for the Labour Party which was published today.

  3. Recognition for GTR Controllers Agreement Reached

    27 October 2020

    TSSA has this week signed a recognition agreement with train operating company Govia Thameslink Railway (GTR) for Control TSM staff.

  4. GWR: TSSA Union Learning Rep Elections

    26 October 2020

    This is to make All TSSA members in GWR aware that given the recent interest in Union learning representative positions and the expressions of interest received we will be running a formal nomination process for the vacancies that exist.

  5. Cortes challenges Sturgeon "Follow Welsh Government's lead and nationalise ScotRail"

    22 October 2020

    TSSA General Secretary Manuel Cortes today issued a challenge to First Minister Nicola Sturgeon "Follow the Welsh Government's lead and nationalise ScotRail."

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