In Metro Philly district, there are a number of hubs spread out over PA and South New Jersey. The primary hubs for Philadelphia are located on Oregon Ave in S. Philly and the air hub at Philly Int'l, which is the delivery hub for the suburbs south and west of the city. The ground hub is located in Willow Grove/Horsham Pa. At Willow Grove there are a ton of feeders jobs, so many they hire drivers off the street. A similar scenario is found at the hub in Pleasantville NJ. Feeders are coming into Philly proper and picking up and delivering to the very businesses packages drivers from Oregon Ave deliver and pickup up from. Heard of P-ville (Pleasantville) runs to PHL (Philly Air Hub), picking up trailers from there and making the stops that need to be made, before returning to P-Ville. Meanwhile, at tue PHL hubs and Oregon Ave hubs one could wait 20-25 years for a feeder gig. I've been told that a beef between the managers of the feeder depts in Philly led to the situation we have with the scarce opportunities to go into feeders, while they hire off the street in the suburban hubs to do CITY runs. Nothing we can do about that (or is there? I don't know.) However, I know of no differences in pay, pension or anything else between all these hubs in the Philly area. How hard would it be to set things up so the various workers could transfer among hubs? I brought this up at our proposal meeting but was told transferring outside the locals was impossible, but I know you guys in the Western States do so. How could this happen here?