Shae Harkleroad (left) and driver Angel Bartel with a special-needs school van operated by Harkelroad’s company, Raystown Transit Services.  -  File photo: Raystown Transit Services

Shae Harkleroad (left) and driver Angel Bartel with a special-needs school van operated by Harkelroad’s company, Raystown Transit Services.

File photo: Raystown Transit Services

School Bus Fleet's annual Special-Needs Survey is now underway, and we want your input!

The survey covers such topics as special-needs driver pay, student ridership, mainstreaming, and special-needs bus equipment.Transportation directors, managers, and other officials at school districts and contractor companies can fill out the questionnaire via this link by Jan. 3.

The overall results of the Special-Needs Survey will appear in the February issue of SBF.

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Wes Platt

Wes Platt

Executive Editor

Wes Platt joined Bobit in 2021 as executive editor of School Bus Fleet Magazine. He writes and edits content about student transportation, school bus manufacturers and equipment, legislative issues, maintenance, fleet contracting, and school transportation technology - from classic yellow diesel buses to the latest EPA-funded electric, propane, and CNG vehicles.

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