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NCST Adjourns After Passing Resolutions on Safety, Eligibility Data

NCST Adjourns After Passing Resolutions on Safety, Eligibility Data

May 21, 2015 by Eric Woolson

DES MOINES – The 16th National Congress of School Transportation tackled its remaining business Wednesday morning and adjourned after approving three resolutions, including one to communicate to federal officials the crucial value of safe pupil transportation.

Delegates Reminded to Focus on Big Picture at 16th NCST Opening

Delegates Reminded to Focus on Big Picture at 16th NCST Opening

May 18, 2015 by Eric Woolson

DES MOINES, Iowa – The 16th National Congress on School Transportation opened Sunday evening with its 300 delegates being urged to set aside local and state concerns in order to set the best safety standards for the entire nation.

Baltimore Riots Impact Student Transportation

Baltimore Riots Impact Student Transportation

April 29, 2015 by STN Editor

School districts in the Baltimore area had to alter their transportation operations due to the unrest in the city this week related to protests that devolved into looting and clashes with police over the death of Freddie Gray.

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