July 2017

July17 STN Cover 310pxPhoto by Erwin Harrison This month is highlighted by a Q&A with David Duke, the retiring CEO of National Express, LLC. He discusses why he's stepping aside for incoming CEO Matthew Ashley as well as how the Chattanooga bus crash last fall helped shape the company's latest innovations, all in a milestone anniversary year. 

FEATURES

Survival Instinct: National Express at 100
Despite experiencing one of the worst school bus tragedies last fall, National Express and Durham School Services move forward with innovations that promise to take the school bus contractor to new heights. Read an exclusive interview with retiring CEO David Duke. 

Push To Talk
With bourgeoning reliability on two-way radios for school transportation, solutions are in development to optimize the safety of student passengers. 

 

NEWS

Studies, Readers Weigh in On In-House Versus Out-Sourced Busing Services

Bus Drivers and Attendants Need Help to Bridge Gap in Communication Disconnects, Especially for Special Needs

Renewable Fuel Options Increasing for Student Transporters

 

SPECIAL REPORT

Ready for Take-Off
Pilot projects deliver difference making data for transportation professionals across the country

 

SECTIONS

Feedback

STN Online

Trends

Ad Index

Marketplace

 

COLUMNS 

First Take by Ryan Gray
What’s Your Bus Driver Worth?

Thought Leader by Linda F. Bluth, Ed.D.
Questioning the Adequacy of Special Needs Bus Driver and Attendant Training

Thought Leader by Robert T. Pudlewski
What is Up with GHG Phase 2 and School Buses?

Publisher’s Corner by Tony Corpin
Data Points: Trends & Challenges 

 

 

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