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National Express names winners of safety poster contest
December 11, 2014
The school bus contracting firm’s 2014 contest drew more than 230 submissions, and winners in four categories earned $1,000 each.
National Express appoints new CEO to transit division
October 8, 2014
In his new role as divisional CEO of National Express Transit Corp., Gary Waits is responsible for providing vision and leadership, continuing the expansion of the transit division. Waits most recently served as chief operating officer of National Express Corp.'s Eastern U.S. student transportation division.
National Express donates bus to community empowerment center
April 23, 2014
The school bus contractor gives the refurbished school bus to Brookland Lakeview Community Empowerment Center in West Columbia, S.C. As a part of the donation, officials say Thomas Built Buses assisted with the refurbishing of the bus, and Bridgestone Tires donated new tires.
Contractors see safety as an investment
April 10, 2014

Executives for some of North America's largest school bus companies discuss how allocating resources toward such efforts as driver training and preventive maintenance can benefit the operation by improving safety and employee morale, which, in turn, enhances profitability.

National Express honors ASE master technicians
February 10, 2014
The school bus contractor celebrates 15 employees who achieved their certification at a dinner held in their honor. CEO David Duke says these techs help the company “lead the way” when it comes to going above and beyond state and federal requirements to maintain buses and ensure passenger safety.
National Express names winners of safety poster contest
November 25, 2013
Robie Hartling from Ottawa, Ontario, wins first prize and receives $1,000 for his “Cross Over Mirrors” artwork. Second prize goes to Pamela Morgan from Poughkeepsie, N.Y., for her “Supersafe” entry, and Deanna Davison from Bonner Springs, Kan., receives third prize for “Everyone Deserves a Safe Ride.”
David Duke named Contractor of the Year
August 22, 2013

The CEO of National Express Corp. refocuses the company on its core values and oversees an acquisition that increases the fleet to more than 20,000 school buses. He aims to provide opportunities for employees to grow while attracting new people to the business, and he remains active in industry associations.   

David Duke named Contractor of the Year
July 24, 2013
The CEO of National Express Corp. has overseen the company as it has achieved significant growth and safety accomplishments. He has also remained active in industry associations, serving on the National School Transportation Association board of directors for the last five years.
Stock Transportation driver saves choking student
May 24, 2013
Sarah Brake was on a morning route earlier this month when 9-year-old Abby approached her in distress because she was choking on food. Brake removed Abby from the bus and administered the Heimlich maneuver three times, successfully dislodging the food and allowing Abby to breathe.
National Express celebrates Earth Week, promotes employee wellness
April 18, 2013
As part of Earth Week, the school bus contractor touts its year-round efforts to protect the environment, including an idling reduction program. The company also launches its second annual “Slim Down Challenge,” which is a 10-week competition that involves groups of four to seven employees aiming to score the best in percentage of weight lost.
Contractors on school busing now, and what lies ahead
March 14, 2013

In this roundtable, executives from several school bus companies discuss driver shortage, the potential for growth in the contractor market this year, and what impact legislative issues — at the national and state levels — will have on their business, and on the industry as a whole.

Stock Transportation secures Alberta contracts
March 4, 2013
The Canadian subsidiary of National Express Corp. recently began serving Edmonton Catholic School District 7 and Elk Island Catholic Separate Regional School Division 41. The company operates 40 bus routes for the first district and one bus for the latter district.
All National Express safety directors earn certification
December 6, 2012
The school transportation company’s safety directors are all certified by the Institute for Safety and Health Management. The credential covers a broad range of safety principles, such as risk assessment and mitigation, ethics and law, health and wellness, and emergency preparedness.
National Express holds employee safety poster contest
November 9, 2012
Employees at subsidiaries Durham School Services, Stock Transportation and Petermann design 120 posters that communicate operational safety messages. The top five submissions will be displayed at all National Express facilities to serve as a daily safety reminder.
National Express names new field maintenance VP
August 29, 2012
Jim Cade brings 35 years of experience in maintenance management to his new role, which he started Aug. 13. As vice president of field maintenance, he is responsible for ensuring the integrity, safety and reliability of a fleet of more than 20,000 buses.
Stock Transportation driver honored for service excellence
June 11, 2012
Donna Graves is named the 2011-12 School Bus Driver of the Year by the Nova Scotia Federation of Home and School Associations. Graves, who has worked for Stock Transportation for more than 12 years, was nominated by Shatford Memorial Elementary School, where she transports students.
National Express Corp. hosts weight loss competition
May 22, 2012
Employees from Durham School Services and Stock Transportation lose a total of 8,610 pounds over 10 weeks as part of the parent company's inaugural "School Bus Slim Down Challenge." Officials say the program was so successful that the company plans to sponsor it again next year.
Petermann deal ups National Express fleet to 20K buses
May 7, 2012
With the merger now complete, the Cincinnati-based school bus contractor will join National Express' Durham School Services brand. Petermann CEO Pete Settle calls National Express "the perfect home for Petermann."
Bus contracts change hands to meet antitrust approval
May 3, 2012
National Express and Petermann will divest eight school bus contracts to proceed with their proposed merger, the Department of Justice announces. The contracts and vehicles will be sold to Student Transportation Inc.
National Express names chief operating officer for transit
April 9, 2012
The school bus contracting company appoints Mike Rushin to the newly created role, where he will be responsible for growing and overseeing all transit operations in North America. Rushin most recently served as president of transit services for TransCare.
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