In this episode of The Route, Wes Platt, Executive Editor of School Bus Fleet, recaps some of the latest School Bus Fleet news.
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⏱ Timestamps ⏱
0:27 National School Bus Safety Week Theme
0:46 Pupil Transportation Spending Trends
1:05 EPA Announces Rebate Opportunities
1:33 NYC Electrification Plans
1:44 Florida Stop-Arm Legislation
2:14 2021 Illegal Passing Survey
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