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Editor's Picks 2019: Photo Galleries of the Year

Posted on December 18, 2019

One of SBF’s standout photo galleries of 2019 showed the emergency planning demonstrations at the Iowa Pupil Transportation Association’s annual conference. Photo courtesy April Darling
One of SBF’s standout photo galleries of 2019 showed the emergency planning demonstrations at the Iowa Pupil Transportation Association’s annual conference. Photo courtesy April Darling
Among School Bus Fleet’s standout web content in 2019 were two photo galleries showcasing National School Bus Safety Week celebrations and an Iowa conference spotlighting emergency planning.

Here are the details of our top two pictorial picks, with links to view them.

National School Bus Safety Week 2019
A special driver appreciation breakfast, a ride-along with local law enforcement officers, and a school bus illegal passing technology showcase marked National School Bus Safety Week, which was held Oct. 21 to 25. View the photo gallery here.

Iowa Pupil Transportation Association Conference Spotlights Emergency Planning
More than 200 school bus officials, transportation directors, mechanics, and other student transportation employees from across the state gathered in Des Moines from July 15 to 17 to attend the association’s annual conference. View the photo gallery here.

Related Topics: conferences, emergency planning, Iowa, National School Bus Safety Week, stop-arm running/illegal passing

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