The agency launches a project to learn more about the decision-making process on whether to implement two-point or three-point belts.
After 33 years of service to Columbus City Schools, Steve Simmons will officially retire on May 31.
This year's conference will include three keynote speakers, new “NextPloratory Sessions,” workshops on a wide range of topics, and a one-day trade show.
Cater, the director of transportation for Allen Independent School District, has been recognized for school bus driver training programs and security efforts.
The IC Bus event was about embracing change and thinking big. Thinking big is hard sometimes, and change of any kind is stressful.
At SBX, special-needs transportation expert Linda Bluth discusses the policies of new Education Secretary Betsy DeVos and stresses that “safe transportation must be a part of the agenda.”
Fuel choices, school reform, and the ongoing driver shortage are hot topics at School Bus eXchange 2017.
NAPT's executive director says that eliminating confusion, getting answers, and having additional information would go a long way toward advancing state and local consideration of lap-shoulder belts in school buses.
NAPT's executive director says the issue the association would like resolved decisively is seat belts in large school buses.
In the first of a new series, SBF poses five pertinent questions to Keith Henry, NAPT president and director of transportation for Lee’s Summit (Mo.) R-7 School District.
Jan. 31 is the deadline for school transportation officials to apply for the third edition of the educational networking event.
Tragic incidents cause us to rethink everything we do and double down on measures we believe will make the system even safer.
The achievements tie in to one of the association’s goals: to increase the number of pupil transportation professionals who are certified by NAPT. One of the certifications focuses on special-needs transportation.