Thursday, April 19, 2018

Congress Mulls Over New Natural Gas Incentives

The House Science and Technology committee is currently researching a new bill introduced on April 1 aimed at providing incentives for the manufacture and...

EPA Says Toxic Chemical Releases Decreased in 2009

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The EPA found that toxic chemicals released into the environment fell by 12 percent in 2009 over the previous year's data....

Georgia School Bus Purchasing Contracts to Benefit In-State Companies

A change to official Georgia code passed this summer seeks to improve the state economy by forcing all school districts to select an in-state...

NTSB Appoints New Administrative Law Judge

WASHINGTON, D.C. - National Transportation Safety Board Chairman Deborah A.P. Hersman announced the appointment of Alfonso J. Montano as an administrative law judge for...

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...

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...

Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards

Altogether the U.S. Federal government has created 60 federal motor vehicle safety standards. Of these 37 apply to school buses. Of the 37, several...

Required Federal Policies for School Districts

According to the National School Boards Association, all school districts are required to keep written policies on these federal laws. Transportation departments must pay...

School Design Could Benefit from EPA Study on Road Pollution

WASHINGTON, D.C. — The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the University of Michigan announced a $1.4 million joint study scheduled to conclude by September...

Free Choice or Folly?

What the Employee Free Choice Act would mean for the school bus industry The biggest shift in union laws in a century may be...
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