UTWSD mourns the passing of Mr. Richard Trumka
UTWSD mourns the loss of a great member of our community. Mr. Richard Trumka was a great man, who fought for all workers, and we will always remember him as a champion for our union taxi drivers. Thank you Mr. Trumka, you will be deeply …
Join the BEAMRide Team with UTWSD Today
Drivers who sign up with BEAMRide through UTWSD will receive great benefits such as: 1) New business opportunities 2) More technological and better customer service 3) Lower union fees and MORE!
UTWSD can fix your ticket violations
Got ticket violations? Let UTWSD wiped them out for you today. Service for members and non-members (fee required)Call us: 619-280-4444 (24 hours a day)
UTWSD has gained access to the SD Airport
Attention: UTWSD Taxi Drivers who are interested in working at the Airport After a four-year battle, UTWSD has finally gained access to the San Diego Airport. You must act fast in order to be part of this process. UTWSD can help you scan your documents …
January 2021 Open-the-Airport Progress
After years of campaigning, lobbying, and many delays, The San Diego Airport will soon open the permitting process for new cabs to pick up customers at the Airport.
UTWSD 2020 General Election Endorsements
We are excited to announce our full UTWSD 2020 General Election endorsement list. There are a lot of races in each area of the county, and we encourage everyone no matter where they live to vote all the way down the ballot. We have endorsements for the large majority of races, propositions, and measures.
If you have any questions about our endorsements, please feel free to call our office at 619-255-7355.
As usual, members and supporters are welcome to stop by the office and fill out their ballots here. Keep in mind that masks are required at all times in the building.
Office hours are 9am – 3pm, Monday through Thursday.
UTWSD says “No” to Prop 22
Say “No” to Prop 22 Uber and Lyft pay their CEO’s millions, while drivers make less than minimum wage and are denied benefits like health insurance and unemployment benefits. Now, they’re spending $200 million to pass Prop 22 – a law they wrote themselves that …