The information contained in this website is intended to provide highlights of, and general information relating to, the many benefits available to you as a participant in the Transit Employees' Health & Welfare Plan. Such information may be subject to amendment and updating without notice.
In the event of any inconsistency between the information on this website and the official Plan documents for the Transit Employees' Health & Welfare Plan, the official documents, as interpreted by the Plan's Board of Trustees, in its sole and absolute discretion, will govern.
The Board of Trustees of the Plan reserves the right to amend, modify or wholly or partially terminate the plan of benefits. The Transit Employees' Health & Welfare Plan and its Board of Trustees shall not be liable for any actual losses or damages or anticipated profits or benefits.
Through this website you are able to link to other websites which are not under the control of the Transit Employees' Health & Welfare Plan. The inclusion of any link to other websites does not imply a recommendation or endorsement by the Transit Employees' Health & Welfare Plan of the information contained within those sites.
While the information contained within this website is believed to be accurate, no representation or warranty, express or implied, is or will be given by the Transit Employees' Health & Welfare Plan or the Board of Trustees as to the accuracy or completeness of this information or opinions or financial forecasts contained herein.
Any personal information submitted via this website, whether by email or other means, will be used solely by the Transit Employees' Health & Welfare Plan and its Board of Trustees and will not be disclosed to any third parties.
If you were hired before January 1, 2010 and you retire, you can choose to continue your medical benefits (including prescription drug coverage) under the Plan. You are also eligible for life insurance and voluntary retiree dental coverage through Delta Dental.
When you retire, you are no longer eligible for short-term disability (STD), long-term disability (LTD) or accidental death and dismemberment (ADD) coverage.
You need to make monthly premium payments to receive coverage when you retire. In most cases, your premium payments are automatically deducted from your pension check. For more information on medical coverage after retirement, see "If You Retire" on the Life Events page.