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Getting the Best Deal on School Bus Insurance
September 1, 1999

Put together a marketing package that shows your commitment to safety. Develop a long-term relationship with your risk carrier.

Tackling the Issues of Consolidation, Competition and Quality Control
September 1, 1999

Has manufacturer consolidation helped customers? What can be done to improve quality? Top manufacturers provide the answers.

News from the World of Pupil Transportation
August 1, 1999

NTSB urges ban on use of non-conforming buses - NAPT, NASDPTS create media resource - Parents group seeks $500,000 to install seat belts on buses

Parent Surveys Can Identify Problems and Create Measurable Goals
August 1, 1999

An annual questionnaire can also serve as a strong public relations tool.

Bus driver questions employer motivations
August 1, 1999

After studying bus driver wages compared to the wages of other driver occupations, I am a bit upset with the maltreatment of school bus drivers.

Littleton brings terror right to your service door
June 1, 1999

We try to make sense of the tragedy, we seek to lay blame and we pray that it doesn’t happen here. We need to do more.

Tips on Buying and Selling Used School Buses
June 1, 1999

Shrinking school budgets are forcing some school bus fleets to look at the 'pre-owned' market, where research and comparison shopping can save thousands of dollars.

How to Win the Race Against Time
June 1, 1999

Managers can maximize their efficiency by streamlining communication, reducing paperwork and parceling tasks into bite-sized chunks.

Programs Help Driver Trainers Sharpen Their Skill Sets
April 1, 1999

Train-the-trainer programs can help to improve the skill sets of your staff, even if they think they know it all.

Public awareness: It's not going to drive itself
April 1, 1999

The message that most often gets to the American public about school bus transportation is consistently negative. Thus, when a tragedy occurs, there is no residual good will to discourage overreaction.

Take a sneak peek into a digital school bus
April 1, 1999

First off, I would like to thank the Ohio Association for Pupil Transportation for its hospitality at its annual conference in Columbus in mid-March.

Get More from Your Specs in the Long Run
April 1, 1999

Before you send out your next set of bids, review your spec'ing process to ensure that it delivers the product that you want.

Dealer Service Can Make or Break Relationships with Buyers
April 1, 1999

School bus operators share their positive and negative experiences in dealing with chassis and body manufacturers.

Internet Provides Practical Benefits for Transportation Managers
April 1, 1999

The Internet can be used to track key legislation and approaching storms. It also can trim costs in disseminating information.

Staff Empowerment Is Objective of Team Management System
March 1, 1999

By adopting a decentralized, team-oriented structure, Tulsa's transportation department has shifted decision-making power to the rank and file.

Head Start Programs Push 'Commitment' to Recruit, Retain Drivers
March 1, 1999

Fortunately, wages are not the driving force for employment. 'Making a difference' is the leading attraction, and many parents respond.

Tragedy puts emphasis on planning, teamwork
March 1, 1999

When such a tragedy occurs, it challenges our leadership skills. As a superintendent, it's my job to ensure that every department, including transportation, is working as a team with the district office.

Puppet Masters
February 1, 1999

A safety coordinator and drivers combine talents to bring an entertaining - and informative - show to schoolchildren.

False Accusations Create Dilemma for Drivers, Managers
February 1, 1999

Vengeful students can disrupt a driver's or aide's life with a false report. Some officials believe tougher penalties are necessary.

Staying Power: Keys to Improving Driver Retention
February 1, 1999

Job satisfaction is the key to retaining drivers. Treat them with respect, compensate them fairly, show your appreciation - or lose them.

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