New details about the fatal school bus crash in Chattanooga, Tennessee, have emerged that cast doubt on previous reports that suggested the driver intended to crash the bus.
Diana Hollander, the state director of student transportation at the Nevada Department of Education, was on tap to become the new president of NASDPTS this month at the conclusion of last week's national conference in Kansas City. But she stepped into the role early on Aug. 1, following the resignation of Leon Langley.
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.
Three-point, lap-shoulder seat belts will treat and hopefully not trick some Des Moines Public Schools bus riders on Halloween as the district begins testing the occupant restraints.
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration has amended its pre-trip safety guidance information for motorcoach passengers to encourage the use of lap/shoulder seat belts.
The Omaha World-Herald reports that state Sen. Robert Hilkemann plans to reintroduce legislation next year that would require school districts to purchase new school buses equipped with lap-shoulder seat belts.