Brotherhood of Railroad Signalmen

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BRS
Brotherhood of Railroad Signalmen Logo.png
Full nameBrotherhood of Railroad Signalmen
Founded1901
Members10,500
AffiliationAFL-CIO, CLC
Office locationFront Royal, Virginia, United States
CountryUnited States, Canada
Websitewww.brs.org

The Brotherhood of Railroad Signalmen (BRS) is a labor union in the United States. It represents workers who install and maintain railroad signal systems and highway-rail crossing warning systems on rail transport networks. Founded in 1901, it has a membership of approximately 10,500. It also represents employees who build railroad signal equipment.

The BRS is affiliated with the AFL–CIO and is a member of its Transportation Trades Department. Its headquarters is in Front Royal, Virginia.

Jerry C. Boles has served as president since 2019. Mike Baldwin has served as secretary-treasurer since 2019. Vice presidents include: Joe Mattingly, Kelly Haley, Jim Finnegan, Tim Tarrant, Cory Claypool, and Brandon Elvey.

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