As the National Association of State Directors of Pupil Transportation Services (NASDPTS) celebrates its 50th anniversary in 2018, here’s a look back at past and present state directors.
The association, which turns 50 in November, connects state directors with federal regulators, school bus manufacturers, suppliers, and other industry groups.
The retired state director, who died at age 92, is remembered as a vital source of guidance for Tennessee’s local transportation directors.
Wills spent three decades in the bus business, starting with her family company and ending with Rohrer Bus Sales in Pennsylvania. With her retirement, Mike David steps into her role.
San Antonio Independent School District wins first place for a medal it designed for an annual celebration of the city.
Retired pupil transporter Louk Markham has amassed school bus plates from across the U.S. as well as Canada.
Englander, who shaped Rosco Inc. into a major supplier of mirrors and digital vision systems, passed away on Feb. 2.
State transportation and education leaders celebrate a century of transporting students in motorized school buses.
David Welborn learned maintenance skills growing up on a farm. He drove a school bus in high school and then went to work in the shop at Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools in North Carolina.
Bob Zanotti becomes Go Riteway’s first non-family leader since Roland and Pearl Bast founded the company in 1957 with four school buses.
The Museum of Bus Transportation aims to educate the public on the development of the bus industry and its vital role in the lives of Americans.
Sherrill, a longtime instructor for California’s Office of School Transportation, was instrumental in the development of a behind-the-wheel guide for the state’s school bus drivers.
Albert "Buddy" Luce Jr., an integral figure in the history of Blue Bird, died on Jan. 11 at age 94.