Tennessee pupil transportation figure wins SCHOOL BUS FLEET honor for his years of service and for spearheading a school bus stamp campaign in memory of a slain driver.
The rising cost of raw materials — and the impending introduction of 2007-compliant engines — is driving up prices for school buses, says John O'Leary, president of Thomas Built Buses. Profitability is the greatest challenge.
NAPT is an organization filled with many individuals who are dedicated to safety. When we look at safety, there are many facets to our jobs that, when combined, result in the safe transportation of our “precious cargo.”
Indiana’s Pete Baxter will chair the 15th NCST INDIANAPOLIS — Pete Baxter, state pupil transportation director in Indiana, has be...
AUSTIN, Texas — Girardin Minibus is making a strong push to grow its presence in the dual rear-wheel Type A market.
TORRANCE, Calif. — Attention all school bus enthusiasts: SCHOOL BUS FLEET wants your historical photographs.
The Rochester Genesee Regional Transportation Authority (RGRTA) recently hosted a business meeting and tour of its facilities for the Rochester Area Transportation Supervisors Association (RATSA).
At the National Association for Pupil Transportation’s (NAPT) conference in Austin last month, Lenny Bernstein began his two-year tenure as the group’s president, taking the reins from Steve Kalmes.
The news media is seldom kind to the pupil transportation industry and particularly our drivers.
Pupil transportation professionals convene to fill up on solutions for key challenges in safety, special needs and — most evidently — fuel concerns.
More remarkable people from across the pupil transportation industry.
What did Derek Graham do at the Kentucky Derby? Which movie makes Lenny Bernstein cry? And what is "The Strayhound"? Read on to learn these and many more interesting tidbits about 20 remarkable people in pupil transportation.
In late October, the school bus industry comes together in Austin, Texas, at the 31st Annual National Association for Pupil Transportation (NAPT) Conference and Trade Show.
The challenge of running a school transportation program has many facets, including the unpredictability of people, machines, weather — and fuel prices.
In many pupil transportation operations, opportunities for advancement are few and highly competitive. Sharpening communication skills, committing to lifelong learning and maintaining professional conduct can help secure that higher spot.
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Blue Bird President Jeff Bust has high expectations for his company's success in meeting the expectations of school bus customers. Daily improvement and avoiding complacency are high on his list.
The following honors will be presented at the NAPT’s Awards Banquet and Recognition Breakfast, held on Oct. 30 and 31, respectively, in Austin, Texas.
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