Runs Sample Clauses

Runs. All available runs will be bid no later than two (2) weeks prior to the beginning of the School year. All drivers who attend this bid meeting, or check out their buses prior to the first day of School, shall be considered to have Labor Day fall within their work year. Drivers who check out their buses and drive their regular A.M. and/or kindergarten routes will be compensated at the rate of pay for that route.
Runs. 1. Runs will be configured by the Transportation Supervisor. To the extent that it is operationally feasible and economically prudent, said runs will include transporting the same students to and from school. Once established, said runs may be changed only in the best interests of the total operation.
Runs. At the beginning of each school year, and for the first three-month period (fall), drivers shall have the opportunity to bid on the noon run on the basis of seniority, starting from the top of the list and working downward. For the second and third three-month periods (winter and spring), the same aforementioned process shall be followed. Once a driver is selected to drive a noon run, that driver shall not be eligible to drive a noon run for the remainder of that school year. If the noon runs go unfilled after exhausting the seniority list, the person who has already driven a noon run may elect to take it. The least senior driver shall be required to drive the available noon run, and inverse seniority shall apply until all noon runs are filled. After completion of the selection process, selection of routes shall be made on a seniority basis. Drivers shall elect to drive or be charged for forfeiting. The assignment shall be included on the weekly assignment sheet and rotated every three (3) months. If, as a result of this section, the District shows an increase in overtime payments, the Union and the District agree to review and correct the problem if one exists.
Runs. The Authority shall construct its schedules so as to conform to the following: The work time of not less than seventy-five percent (75%) of all regular runs on the system shall be completed within a spread of twelve and one-half (12-1/2) hours, effective with the next xxxx-up and no penalty is included until that time; and the work time of not less than ninety percent (90%) of all regular runs shall be completed within a spread of thirteen (13) hours with overtime pay as provided in subsection "(c)" of Section 2.7. The number of straight day runs on the system on weekdays shall be not less than one hundred percent (100%) of the number of vehicles in service on the line at 11 A.M., including vehicles enroute to or from garage and storage yard. The number of straight runs on the system on Saturdays shall be eighty-five percent (85%) of the total runs on Saturday. All regular night runs shall be straight runs. All regular Sunday runs shall be straight runs; there shall be no extras on regular Sunday schedules. All regular owl runs shall be straight runs. There shall be no three-piece runs. Scheduled breaks of one (1) hour or less in work time of any regular runs shall be paid for, such time shall be used in computing overtime spread. All regular runs shall pay a minimum of eight (8) hours from sign-on to sign-off, with overtime as provided in subsection "(a)" of Section 2.7. The workweek in this Seniority Unit shall consist of five (5) workdays in seven (7), and each workday will consist of a minimum of eight (8) hours.
Runs a. All drivers shall continue to hold their run(s} from year to year with no change except as provided in c. below unless there has been or will be a significant change in runs due to demographic or geographic changes within the school district. In such event, there shall be a bid meeting with at least seven (7) calendar daysnotice to drivers at which time all runs shall be posted in accordance with c. below and runs awarded to drivers on the basis of seniority.
Runs. The process shall continue for as many rounds as needed to fill all vacant positions. Physical attendance at the meeting is required in order to participate, including any employee(s) that are on approved leave (with proper documentation permitting their attendance). Anyone on approved leave may be able to bid on a run provided they have approved documentation which indicates that they will be able to return to work to assume new run when the transfer of runs officially begin.
Runs. The regular employee with the most seniority shall be given first opportunity to fill the vacancy. If no regular employee bids on the vacancy, a substitute employee with the most seniority who bids on the vacancy shall be awarded the route.