School Bus Fleet Magazine - January 2017

COVER STORY * Blue Springs Launches Alt-Fuel Technology Plan * *

Features in this Issue:

Missouri District Carries out Multi-Hear Alt-Fuel and Technology Plan (COVER STORY)

In an effort to reduce emissions, cut costs, and improve its fleet, Blue Springs School District has implemented a variety of changes, including a new CNG station, Wi-Fi on activity buses, and stop-arm cameras.

When the Going Gets Touch, Reitano Gets Tougher

Whether it's solving school bus challenges, confronting a state association crisis, or fighting cancer (twice), New Jersey's Ingrid Reitano has stayed strong for more than 40 years in pupil transportation.

School Bus Tracking Apps Aim to Give Parents Peace of Mind

Tracking apps can be a useful tool for alerting families when there has been a school bus delay or route change.  These apps are also designed to help students have fewer tardy days and absences.

Security, Safety Take Spotlight at Kansas City Conferences

Highlights from the NAPT Summit and NASDPTS Conference in November included a powerful interactive security demonstration, the poignant story of a Boston Marathon bombing survivor, discussions on service animals, and awards recognizing those going above and beyond for pupil transportation.

New Transportation Technology Tools for 2017

Whether looking for quick and seamless data integration or to boost safety or energy efficiency, school transportation directors have a number of options for the new year.


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School Bus Fleet Magazine - January 2017