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Cover Story - July 2012

NHTSA's David Strickland: school bus defender

By: Thomas McMahon

On David Strickland’s watch, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has publicly supported the safety record of the yellow bus and has launched a campaign to promote ridership. In an exclusive interview with SBF, the administrator discusses these topics and reaffirms the agency’s decision to not mandate seat belts on large school buses.

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Good terms with the government

This is not just about what we at SBF did. It’s part of what I see as growing ties between the pupil transportation community and key federal agencies.

Ronshay Dugans was killed when her school bus was crushed by a cement truck. The truck driver was reportedly drowsy when he got behind the wheel.
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The dangers of drowsy driving

On Sept. 5, 2008, 8-year-old Ronshay Dugans was killed after a cement truck swerved into the bus she was riding. The truck driver was drowsy when he got behind the wheel.

From left: Dennis Huffmon, Dan Cutter, Greg Hutchison and Kathy Seegebrecht.
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New execs bring ‘fresh eyes’ to IC Bus

Over the past year, the school bus manufacturer has assembled a leadership team that is instilling new ideas into the business — from manufacturing improvements to sales and marketing strategies.

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How a fair can assist and energize your staff

In a time when many pupil transportation employees have to do more with less, a resource and appreciation fair may be the medicine they need. Here’s a step-by-step guide to launching this valuable event — which can cost you virtually nothing.

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