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NAPT unveils revamped Website

Posted on May 20, 2010
The new NAPT Website features one-click access to all of the association's projects.
The new NAPT Website features one-click access to all of the association's projects.

ALBANY, N.Y. — The National Association for Pupil Transportation (NAPT) has launched its redesigned Website at www.naptonline.org.

The new home page provides uncluttered, one-click access to a wide variety of information, including all of the association’s communication, leadership, education, advocacy and resource projects.

The site also features enhanced registration tools for NAPT events, including the 2010 NAPT Summit, scheduled for Oct. 30 to Nov. 4 in Portland, Ore.

"This is the most comprehensive communication system we have ever had," NAPT President Linda Bluth said. "It provides the connection we need to keep members informed and involved in the current activities of the association."

Current NAPT members can receive exclusive and unrestricted access to the entire site via the Members Only portal.

To facilitate a smooth transition, the old Website at www.napt.org will remain in use until July 1. Users will be able to log in and get information from both sources, but only www.naptonline.org will be updated. After July 1, www.napt.org and www.naptonline.org will be identical, and visitors will be able to use either URL to access the new Website.

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