Citi Bike workers have a new labor contract,just months after joining the Transportation Workers Union, becoming the nation’s first employees of a bike-share program to reach such an agreement.

Over 200 employees are covered under the new agreement, the New York Times reported, and the contract calls for pay raises of at least $1.50 per hour immediately, with additional increases over the next four-and-a-half years. By the end of the contract, in 2020, the Wall Street Journal added, workers’ wages will have risen by more than 20 percent, on average.

In addition to pay raises, the deal is said to include eight weeks of paid parental leave, five sick days, medical benefits, a 401(k) program, and guarantees that Motivate, Citi Bike’s parent company, won’t reduce employee headcount below present levels.