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Student Transportation officials to appear on TV

Posted on August 14, 2012

WALL, N.J. — Student Transportation Inc. CEO Denis Gallagher and employees at one of the company’s subsidiaries will be featured on a television news program on Wednesday.

Gallagher and the team from Jordan Transportation in Butler, N.J., will appear on “Nightly Business Report” as part of the program’s back-to-school series.   

As schools and families prepare to start the new school year, Student Transportation Inc. operations teams are busy preparing buses, test-driving routes and training drivers. Interviews for the segment were conducted by "Nightly Business Report" National Assignment Editor Ruben Ramirez.

"Nightly Business Report" is distributed by American Public Television, and it airs on more than 542 public television stations at 6:30 p.m. EST every weeknight. Local stations and broadcast times can be found here.

Following the broadcast, the video will be available on the company's website, where it will join a series of videos designed to educate school administrators, parents and investors about Student Transportation’s focus on safety and on-time service.


Other news related to Student Transportation Inc.:

Student Transportation acquires N.J. bus company

Student Transportation awarded 2 new contracts

STI subsidiary wins new contract

Related Topics: Student Transportation Inc.

Comments ( 1 )
  • Lynette Viviani

     | about 5 years ago

    Kudos to the great STI team at Jordan Transportation that was featured in tonight's Nightly Business Report on public television stations across the nation. See full video at http://www.nbr.com/videos/video/1787546251001/school-districts-outsourcing-busing-systems-aug-15-2012#.UCxT645WJUR

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