NSTA says that after having been on the defense for many years due to continued regulatory burdens placed on the industry, a new bill takes an offensive step forward.
Winners of the association’s 2017 honors include Barry Stock of Landmark Student Transportation, Kyle Martin of TransPar, and Manuel Vasquez of First Student.
The president of Suffolk Transportation Service in New York wins School Bus Fleet’s annual honor for exemplary private operators.
David Mansfield of Minnesota, Billy Wiseman of West Virginia, and Hannah Beard of Missouri place first in the competition’s three school bus categories.
The National School Transportation Association will host the 47th Annual School Bus Driver International Safety Competition on July 15 and 16 near Indianapolis, Indiana.
Weber’s executive director and regulatory relations duties will be transitioned to others, the school bus contractor association announces.
NSTA's executive director says that while the unique operating environment of the school transportation industry must be considered in the development of this technology, the industry must also recognize its potential benefits.
FMCSA had requested comment about raising minimum insurance requirements for commercial operators. The National School Transportation Association praises the withdrawal of the proposal.
The agency launches a project to learn more about the decision-making process on whether to implement two-point or three-point belts.
There are six options to provide regulatory relief: the Congressional Review Act, executive orders, appropriations legislation, authorization legislation, courts, and the rulemaking process.
The National School Transportation Association president discusses the new administration in Washington, the shortage of school bus drivers, and the potential impact of autonomous technology.
With the coming of “roadeo” season, we spotlight drivers who have taken part in the School Bus Driver International Safety Competition. First up is nine-time winner Larry Hannon Sr.
The agency had proposed a new method for rating motor carriers’ safety fitness. NSTA says the approach was “based on a flawed CSA system and inconsistent data.”