The Brandon Billingsley Memorial Continuing Ed Scholarship, sponsored by the family of the former president of Heavy Duty Bus Parts/UltraLED, covers NAPT Summit accommodations.
We believe the best way to maintain excellence for our brand is for safety and other decisions to be made by local professionals based on their assessments of circumstances, resource realities, and best opportunities for benefits.
The 2016 Summit lineup also includes NTSB chief Christopher Hart, consultant Mark Aesch, and a Boston Marathon bombing survivor who helped identify one of the suspects.
We are in the midst of a paradigm shift in how we connect as human beings, and it includes transportation.
The second edition of the event will bring together 30 pupil transportation officials for roundtable discussions, one-on-one consultations with suppliers and networking events.
Representatives from the six states that have passed school bus seat belt legislation will share their experiences with NHTSA officials in a meeting next month.
A headline-grabbing statement on seat belts, a man who overcame great odds by learning to walk again, and a creative school bus safety play were among the highlights of the industry conferences in November.
Anna Hamrick of Allen Independent School District has become a Certified Director of Pupil Transportation through NAPT.
The two school transportation associations jointly write to NHTSA Administrator Mark Rosekind to express their concerns about his agency’s new stance on school bus seat belts.
Joshua Hinerman is Robertson County Schools’ new supervisor of transportation. He plans to use his school transportation and human resources experience to help the transportation department shine, he says.
Stories that drew the most traffic on Schoolbusfleet.com this year addressed issues such as enhancing security, coping with driver shortage and preventing brake problems.
The 2016 edition of the event, produced by NAPT and School Bus Fleet, will be held in Denver in April.
More than any other time in recent memory, this year's National Association for Pupil Transportation (NAPT) Summit proved to be the place for the biggest news in the school bus industry.