All who compete or otherwise get involved in these vital events are to be commended for their part in advancing pupil transportation.
Sessions at this year’s event will provide the latest information on such topics as clean diesel and school bus advocacy projects. Activities will focus on bus security and the stranded-pupil problem. NSTA is also stepping up its efforts to recognize contestants in the School Bus Driver International Safety Competition.
Recent developments with several of this year's largest school bus contractor companies.
A 2007 survey by the Pew Research Center found that only 66 percent of Americans could name their governor.
School bus contractors offer insights on the advantages of contracting in the current economic climate as well as the impact of state and national regulatory issues.
Donald Fowler brings his decades of experience in school bus contracting to the national stage as he becomes president of NSTA. He sees challenges for the industry but is committed to taking them on.
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ALEXANDRIA, Va. — The National School Transportation Association’s (NSTA) intervention in a deal between the Greater Dayton Regional Transit Autho...
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