Saturday, April 21, 2018

NSTA to FMCSA: Exempt School Buses from EOBR, Hours-of-Service Proposed Rule

NSTA recommended to the FMCSA that it remove school buses from a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking for Electronic On-Board Recorders (EOBRs) because the requirement...

NASDPTS, NAPT Call for Presentations

Both national associations are looking to fill some workshop spots with the help of industry professionals for upcoming annual meetings in Cincinnati. ...

New York Latest State to Consider School Bus Ads

A bill has been introduced into the state legislature that would give school districts the open to sell ad space on school buses. ...

Feds Seek ‘Zero Tolerance’ of Unsafe Private Bus Companies

Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood is asking Congress to adopt new zero-tolerance policies to combat unsafe bus and motorcoach operators. FMCSA Administrator...

FMCSA Places Additional Research Studies in Hours-of-Service Proposed Rulemaking Official Docket

The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) placed four additional research studies in the docket for the Hours-of-Service (HOS) Notice...

NSTA Members Meet with Rep. Paul Ryan During Industry Capitol Hill...

Four NSTA members representing Wisconsin private school bus companies sat down this week with Chairman of the House Budget Committee Paul Ryan as part...

Congress Hears Potential of Natural Gas

The Natural Gas Vehicles for America (NGVAmerica) told the House Energy and Power Subcommittee that CNG produced in the United States could replace 10...

New State Director Named to Help Lead Montana Student Transportation Services

Donell Rosenthal is the new state director at the Montana Office of Public Instruction, according to Maxine Mougeot, who retired from the post at...

FMCSA Appoints Van Steenburg as New Chief Safety Officer

The U.S. Department of Transportation announced that Jack Van Steenburg was appointed assistant administrator and chief safety officer for the Federal Motor Carrier Safety...

North Dakota Becomes 31st State to Pass Texting Ban

While exempting fleet management systems for school bus drivers, North Dakota will begin enforcing a ban on using wireless communications devices for all motorists...
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