Monday, June 18, 2018

NCST Calls for Public Submissions

The National Congress on School Transportation has announced that it is seeking public proposals for revisions and additions to the National School Transportation Specifications...

Grant Funding Research Can Pay Off

As schools across the country applied directly or indirectly through regional air quality organizations for $300 million in clean diesel grants, NAPT is making...

FMCSA Administrator Addresses United Motorcoach Association Expo

FMCSA Administrator Anne Ferro told motorcoach operators today in Las Vegas that the Obama Administration is committed to helping bus companies excel in their...

NHTSA Issues NPRM Increasing Maximum Civil Penalty Amounts

As the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration adjusts its civil penalties for inflation, the agency is proposing a significant increase in the penalty for...

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...

NTSB Asks Health Care Professionals to Influence Driver Fatigue Policymaking

National Transportation Safety Board Chairman Deborah Hersman encouraged the sleep research and health care community to continue their efforts to educate transportation policy makers...

FMCSA Awards $1 Million in Commercial Vehicle Driver Safety Training Grants

WASHINGTON, D.C. - Seven community and technical colleges and two state government training facilities received a share of $1 million in Federal Motor Carrier...

NHTSA Final Rule Enhances Passenger Vehicle Roof Strength

While school buses have had reinforced roofs to better secure occupants in the event of rollover crashes since the mid-1970s, other passenger vehicles such...

New Mexico’s Perea Bids Farewell to Industry

Following the recent announcements of two other industry retirements, New Mexico's Gil Perea announced today his imminent departure from his position as the state's...

Congress Passes Yet Another Continuing Resolution to Fund SAFETEA-LU

The Senate and House of Representatives voted to extend the current surface transportation bill through the beginning of next March to keep current state...
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