Cincinnati Reds first baseman Joey Votto tells MLB Network that he plans to retire when he is about 40 years old, and would like to drive a school bus or be a crossing guard.
Jean McKeag uses her recent training to give the Heimlich maneuver to a boy who is choking on a piece of candy. The boy’s mother writes a thank-you note, and gives McKeag flowers and a gift card.
After Ohio and Iowa launched “Flashing Red — Stop Ahead” specialty plates, NASDPTS aims to help other states create similar plates to promote stopping for school buses.
Working as a team, a shop in an Ohio district’s transportation department reduces regeneration incidents by about 80%, and shares the solution with other technicians.
Schools, contractors, and students across the U.S. came together to celebrate and show their appreciation for the yellow bus and its drivers.
Youngstown City School District debuts Zonar’s Z Pass at one of its elementary schools.
Working with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and local police and fire departments, the South-Western City School District’s transportation department places an emphasis on training drivers to keep students safe.
Check out our pics from inside and outside of the convention center during the 2017 NAPT and NASDPTS gatherings in Ohio.
Jack Shaw, executive director of the American Blockchain Council, will discuss the use of technology in student transportation.
The state pupil transportation directors’ event will also address driver tablets, education reform, and federal agency developments.
The American Red Cross gives the contractor the “Good Neighbor Award” for transporting Cincinnati volunteers to distribute smoke alarms to families in need.
The Ohio Association for Pupil Transportation worked to gain approval for the specialty plate, which reminds drivers to stop for school buses.
Shawn Sawyer from Durham School Services and Ross Hamre from Petermann Bus won first place in the Massachusetts and Ohio safety competitions.