The National Transportation Safety Board released a recommendation to boost school bus safety Monday in response to a Southern California bus crash two years ago that left 11 children injured, four severely.
LOS ANGELES, Calif. — Public Transportation Safety International (PTS), innovator of pedestrian safety, announces the release of its first safety shield for school buses that prevents fatalities and injuries to children. “On average, there are three to 12 preventable fatalities each year that occur under the rear wheels of school buses,” said Mark B. Barron, inventor of the shield and CEO of PST.
Tom Korth believes that bus drivers can play a bigger role in the lives of the students they transport. In fact, Korth has staked his academic career on this conviction.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — National Transportation Safety Board Chairman Christopher Hart spoke on the value of constantly perfecting safety measures on Monday during a NAPT Summit general session.