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Coronavirus/COVID-19 Resource Page for Student Transportation

Nicole Schlosser
Posted on March 19, 2020
Photo courtesy Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Photo courtesy Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

The novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) respiratory disease pandemic has spread rapidly and presents a serious public health risk. All 50 states have now reported cases of COVID-19, and many states have closed K-12 public schools, a move that heavily impacts students, parents, school district employees, and, of course, pupil transporters.

To help our readers stay up to speed during this ever-changing situation, School Bus Fleet has corralled its coverage of the Coronavirus and COVID-19, as well as additional resources, all here in one place.

SBF Coverage of COVID-19:

March 27, 2020: Grant Helps District Install Wi-Fi on School Buses

March 27, 2020: Trump Signs Coronavirus Relief Bill With Over $30B for Education

March 26, 2020: NSTA Applauds U.S. Senate's Passage of, School Transportation Funding in CARES Act

March 26, 2020: Guidance Issued for Families First Act to Support Nation During Crisis

March 25, 2020: Thomas Built Buses Suspends Production After Worker Contracts COVID-19

March 24, 2020: Global Ground Transportation Institute Launches Online Career Center

March 24, 2020: Pupil Transporters Pitch in to Help Families Cope With COVID-19 Crisis

March 23, 2020: NSTA Keeps Urging Contractor Pay During Congressional Stalemate Over COVID-19 Aid

March 23, 2020: NAPT, Transfinder Launch Webinar Series to Help Districts During COVID-19

March 23, 2020: School Bus Contractors Share Struggle With COVID-19 Impact

March 20, 2020 - From Metro Magazine: Ground Transportation Groups Request $12B for Essential Infrastructure

March 19, 2020 - From Metro Magazine: United Motorcoach Association Forum Focuses on Ways to Help Operators During COVID-19

March 18, 2020: NCST 2020 Postponed, National Stop-Arm Survey Canceled Due to COVID-19

March 18, 2020: Goodyear to Temporarily Shut Down Manufacturing Across the Americas

March 18, 2020: Wi-Fi Equipped School Buses to Prepare Students for Homeschooling

March 18, 2020: Transfinder Offers Free Communication App to School Districts During COVID-19 Shutdown

March 17, 2020: NSTA Calls for School Transportation Funding During COVID-19 Shutdown

March 16, 2020: Districts Working to Keep Paying School Bus Drivers During Coronavirus Closings

March 11, 2020: 2 N.Y. School Bus Drivers Contract Coronavirus

March 10, 2020: School Districts Take Precautions Against Coronavirus

March 5, 2020: - From Luxury Coach & Transportation (LCT) - Your Guide to Coronavirus and Your Business

Other Resources:

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

COVID-19 Cases Reported in the U.S. (CDC)

American Public Health Association - Preventing Coronavirus

John Hopkins University & Medicine - Coronavirus Resource Center

U.S. Department of Education

National Association of State Directors of Pupil Transportation Services (NASDPTS) - Coronavirus and Student Transportation Report

NASDPTS - List of State Directors

American Bus Association - Coronavirus: Facts Not Fear

United Motorcoach Association COVID-19 Resources for Motorcoach Operators

NPR: Map Tracking the Spread of the Coronavirus

Related Topics: COVID-19, driver wellness, emergency planning

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