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The International Association of Sheet Metal, Air, Rail, and Transportation Workers (SMART) a North American labor union headquartered in Washington, D. C., was chartered by the AFL-CIO in 2013. The product of a merger between the Sheet Metal Workers’ International Association (SMWIA) and the United Transportation Union (UTU), SMART represents over 210,000 sheet metal workers, service technicians, bus operators, engineers, conductors, sign workers, welders, and production employees, among others, throughout the United States, Puerto Rico, and Canada. The Transportation Division (which has offices in Washington, D.C. and North Olmsted, Ohio) represents employees on Class I railroad, Amtrak, and regional and short line railroads; bus and mass transit employees on some 45 transit systems; and airline pilots, flight attendants, dispatchers, and other airport personnel. The Division's 500 local unions organize conductors, brakemen, switchmen, ground service personnel, locomotive engineers, hostlers, and railroad yardmasters, as well as bus drivers and mechanics.
A former Assistant Estimator/ Shop and Field Mechanic from Capitol, Heights Md. talks about his/her time working for (SMART) in a review published by INDEED: "In was mentored by some of the best sheet metal mechanics that anyone could ask for. It was right hard for me @ 1st. When I felt appreciated as a co-worker in lieu of an R worker I forwarded my potential has a shop and field mechanic tremendously. great mentorship!!! (shop and field proficiency @ it's best. The hardest part of working in the union was not being compensated accordingly due mainly on my part. Surely miss a couple of top shelf coworkers who made me feel like I'm not doing all the work I'm having all the fun"