WALL, N.J., Oct. 31, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Student Transportation Inc. (“STI”) (TSX:STB) (Nasdaq:STB), North America’s third-largest and most innovative supplier of school bus transportation and management services, announced that its chairman and CEO, Denis J. Gallagher, will address the Raymond James Global Airline/Transportation Conference in New York, NY on Wednesday, November 6, 2013 at approximately 1:55 pm ET.
Gallagher will present Fueling Innovation and Driving Returns in the $24 billion school transportation industry along with plans for fiscal 2014 and beyond. Investors are invited to listen to a live audio webcast of the event at www.rideSTBus.com.
Student Transportation Inc. (TSX:STB) (Nasdaq:STB) is North America’s third largest and most innovative supplier of school bus transportation and management services. Founded in 1997, STI’s family of local companies operates more than 10,500 vehicles and transports over 1 million students to and from school each day. STI has a long history of safe, reliable and cost-effective service delivered by drivers, dispatchers, maintenance technicians, terminal managers and others who are caring members of their local communities. For more information, please visit www.rideSTBus.com.
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