Monday, April 23, 2018

Feds Show Their Love for the School Bus

U.S. Secretary of Transportation Ray LaHood stopped by Takoma Park Elementary School just north of Washington, D.C., to show his affection for the yellow...

Mougeot’s Retirement as Montana State Director Casts Big Shadow in Big...

As is so often the case, retirement can be a bittersweet pill to swallow, and especially when one’s career has been spent in pupil...

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 School Bus Education Campaign to Begin at Start of Next...

The National School Transportation Association reported today to members that a national public awareness campaign on the benefits of school buses will start next...

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....

Borges Named New ‘State Director’ for California

The Office of School Transportation at the California Department of Education confirmed that Anna Borges succeeds John Green as department supervisor and the state's...

Mougeot Announces Retirement from Montana Office of Public Instruction

Dec. 29 will be Maxine Mougeot's final day administering the state's pupil transportation services as she announced she is retiring from the Montana Office...

House Extends Transportation Reauthorization, But Debate Far From Over

The House of Representatives narrowly passed a sweeping $1.2 trillion continuing resolution that keeps federal transportation funding afloat through September of 2011. ...

California State Director Green Announces Retirement at End of Year

John Green, the long-time supervisor of the California Department of Education's Office of School Transportation, will retire at the end of 2010 after 32...

Feds Seek Public Comments on Replacement of Street Signs

The Federal Highway Administration is seeking feedback through the middle of January 2011 on a final rule that would replacement some street signs across...
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