PTSI Kicks Off 5-Year Growth Plan With New Hire

The Pupil Transportation Safety Institute, a New York-based developer of consulting services and training courses for student transportation staff, kicked off a strategic five-year growth plan that is projected to double…
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Transportation Remains a Barrier to Choice, Charter School Access

The latest research on school choice and charters indicates that two-thirds of 18 urban cities recently studied nationwide still lack free public transportation to and from school for students, especially…
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Student Transportation Company Enters Ride Share Market

Even as a growing number of student transporters view local ride share services as competition, one of the largest school bus contractors is taking the approach that if you can’t…
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Industry Officials Learn Parent Perspectives on School Buses, Drivers

During the annual National Association of State Directors for Pupil Transportation Services Conference earlier this month, Laura Duguid, qualitative research assistant for Doyle Research Associates, Inc., shared the results of…
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Investigation Started Into N.C. School Buses Catching Fire

After two Charlotte-Mecklenburg School District school buses caught fire in a month, the district held a press conference to share more information on the situation and reveal its plans on…
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New York Girl Struck, Killed by Her School Bus

While crossing in front of her school bus, 6-year-old Leah Mezzi was accidentally struck by the bus and died at the scene, reported the Times Herald-Record.
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FMCSA Updates on Minimum Driver Training, Drug Testing

One week prior to the U.S. Department of Transportation's announcement that it is adding opioids to commercial driver drug screening, student transporters received the latest information outlining new federal mandates…
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NASDPTS Shares Correct Use of MDTs on School Buses

The National Association of State Directors of Pupil Transportation Services Annual Conference featured a discussion on National School Bus Specifications and Procedures guidelines as well as real-world experience on the…
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Teena Mitchell Wins NAPT Special Needs Transportation Award

The NAPT Special Needs Transportation Award, which is sponsored by Q’Straint, was awarded during the NAPT Summit to Teena Mitchell, special needs coordinator for the transportation department at Greenville County Schools…
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Peggy Stone Wins NAPT Continuing Education Leadership Award

Sponsor Thomas Built Buses awarded Peggy Stone, supervisor of transportation at the Elkview bus terminal for West Virginia’s Kanawha County Schools, with the NAPT Continuing Education Leadership Award in honor of…
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NAPT Announces New Board Members at Summit

Barry Sudduth took over as National Association for Pupil Transportation president during industry conferences in Columbus, Ohio and was joined on the board by Rick Grisham, the 2017 STN Leadership…
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