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NASDPTS Releases RFP for New NCST Host Location

The National Association of State Directors of Pupil Transportation Services is seeking proposals from meeting spaces in the Midwest to submit to host next year's National Congress on Student Transportation,…
  • Last modified on Thursday, 04 December 2014 12:51

TSA's First Observer Program Returns

The Transportation Security Administration has relaunched the First Observer program after the counter-terrorism training and reporting tool for commercial drivers went on hiatus for the better part of two years.
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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.
  • Last modified on Monday, 29 December 2014 13:46

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…
  • Last modified on Monday, 29 December 2014 13:47

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…
  • Last modified on Monday, 29 December 2014 13:48

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…
  • Last modified on Monday, 29 December 2014 13:49

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…
  • Last modified on Monday, 29 December 2014 13:50

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…
  • Last modified on Monday, 29 December 2014 13:50