Registration open for 15th NCST

Posted on January 26, 2010

Industry delegates can now register for the 15th National Congress on School Transportation (NCST), which will be held May 16-19, 2010, in Warrensburg, Mo.

Visit to register. Anyone who needs assistance with registration matters may contact LaGena Spence with the University of Central Missouri at [email protected] or (660) 543-4391.

To view the tentative agenda for the NCST, click on the “Congress Activities” link on the Website home page. The page also includes information on lodging in Warrensburg and surrounding communities.

In related news, Feb. 19 is the deadline to submit comments on the NCST’s Writing Committee drafts. All comments, requests for additional changes, modifications or consideration of new proposals are submitted to the respective Steering Committee coordinators shown on the Website.  Coordinators are responsible for forwarding comments to the appropriate Writing Committee chairperson.

To view the proposed changes, click on “Writing Committees” on the Website home page.

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