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NYSBCA Recognizes Industry Excellence

The New York School Bus Contractors Association (NYSBCA) presented awards that celebrated safety and service efforts in the industry at their 60th annual convention held last month.
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Girl Dies After Bus Stop Accident

On Wednesday, the family of Raven June Edwards, 8, announced she passed away two weeks after she was hit by a vehicle at her bus stop in Deatsville. She had…
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NSTA Joins Effort to Extend Business Tax Credits

The National School Transportation Association is supporting tax extenders in the "lame duck" Congress that cover the alternative fuel and bonus depreciation credits that are set to expire by the…
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Case Study: Propane Buses Pass Budget, Weather Tests

A recent case study by ROUSH Clean Tech and Blue Bird showed the Bend-La Pine Schools district in Oregon not only saved money by switching to propane-powered school buses, but…
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Texas Bill May Prohibit Student Crossings to Bus Stops

Rep. Oscar Longoria introduced a bill designed to increase student safety at school bus stops, but some local school districts are worried it could drastically increase operating costs without a…
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Transportation Consortium Prepares for Severe Weather

With record snowfall covering 50 percent of the United States, student transportation professionals are extra busy checking roads, warming up buses, modifying bus routes and coordinating cancelled school days. Farther…
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NAPT Explains Board Changes, Henry Becomes President

Keith Henry, director of transportation at Lee's Summit R-7 School District in Kansas City, officially took over as NAPT's new president at the conclusion of the Summit, following the sudden…
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Maryland's Langley Begins Term as NASDPTS President

Leon Langley from the Maryland Department of Education officially took over as the state directors association president at the end of last week's NASDPTS Annual Meeting in Kansas City, as…
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