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EPA to Propose New Standard on NOx Emissions

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency will pursue a new rule to address heavy-duty truck and engine emission standards for oxides of nitrogen (NOx) that haven’t been updated in 20 years.

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NHTSA Urges Motorists to Stop for School Buses

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is responding to a rash of student fatalities and injuries this week at school bus stops, by urging motorists to pay more attention and “exercise caution.”

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Two More Student Deaths Reported at School Bus Stops

Two more children died in the past two days while trying to board their school buses, bringing the week’s total to five. That is one short of the total number of students who were killed nationwide last school year in the loading and unloading zone.

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STN Names Portee 2018 Transportation Director of the Year

School Transportation News presented its Transportation Director of the Year award to Nicole Portee, executive director of transportation for Denver Public Schools, on Monday morning during the National Association of State Directors of Pupil Transportation Services Conference in Kansas City.

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Studies Indicate Added Benefits of School Bus Seat Belts

KANSAS CITY — Attendees at the National State Directors of Pupil Transportation Services Annual Conference heard and discussed studies examining the positive impact that seat belts have on student behavior, performance and driver retention.

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