Know a contractor who deserves recognition for his or her efforts? We’re accepting nominations for SBF’s 2018 Contractor of the Year award — but only for a few more days.
Transportation company chairman Dale Krapf testifies before the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee’s Highways and Transit Subcommittee on the FAST Act and on BUSREGS-21.
The 2018 Don Carnahan Memorial Grant will provide up to $50,000 worth of Zonar hardware for NSTA members.
The DERA rebates will be used to replace or retrofit 452 school buses in 32 states.
NSTA's executive director shares developments that illustrate the association's role as an industry voice and key resource for private school transportation.
Anderson, a 37-year veteran in pupil transportation, has been recognized for his expertise in school bus fleet maintenance and efficiency practices.
The legislation in Congress aims to reduce wait times for driver applicants to take a CDL skills test.
Raymond Martinez is cleared by the Senate to lead FMCSA. The National School Transportation Association says it looks forward to working with him.
The NSTA president shares insights on NSTA initiatives, the widespread driver shortage, and the recently passed tax reform bill.
The National School Transportation Association’s Midwinter Meeting in Maui covers legislative updates, autonomous vehicles, and other topics.
Stories on a cash incentive based on attendance, a principal/substitute bus driver studying for his doctorate, and an accident that hospitalized students and a bus driver drew the most attention on the popular social media platform this year.
NSTA is in a season of change that includes new staff, a renewed focus on membership and value, and continued attention on hot topic legislative and regulatory issues.
Blake Krapf begins a two-year term as president of the school bus contractors association. Meanwhile, Tiffany Boykin is named the new executive director.