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For nearly 30 years, you’ve known School Transportation News magazine and STNonline.com as the premier sources of pupil transportation news and analysis. Now, join the School Transportation Nation podcast, as STN Publisher Tony Corpin and Editor-in-Chief Ryan Gray discuss the day’s pertinent issues and talk with guests about the business of getting children safely to and from school and related activities throughout the U.S. and Canada.

Jan 31, 2023

February kicks off Black History Month, which celebrates the accomplishments of black Americans yet also serves as a reminder of the nation’s past—and current—transgressions.

Most black people can share stories of prejudice if not full-out violence because of race, and the same goes with Nicole Portee,...


Jan 25, 2023

Ryan & Tony explore complications of fleet electrification, like timeline constraints and battery manufacturing.

Patrick Dean, president of Michigan contractor Dean Transportation, discusses supporting all types of students including ones with special needs, providing a high level of service as student transportation...


Jan 18, 2023

School bus security is forefront after a 6-year-old student shot a teacher in a Virginia school. Additionally, conversations on drug use rules for school bus drivers and the new EPA Environmental Justice Grants program.

Get your tissues out for this one. Belle Tromp became a school bus driver at the urging of her son...


Jan 11, 2023

Kicking off 2023 with updates on economic trends, nationwide harsh weather, supply chain developments and more. 

Christopher Walls, a 2022 STN Rising Superstar and Green Fleet Award winner, discusses using his contractor background in his role as director of transportation for Kansas City Public Schools in Missouri,...


Dec 21, 2022

Join Tony, Ryan, Taylor and Antonio Civitella of Transfinder for a look back at 2022. They recap broad industry conversations on training, security, school bus driver shortages, electric and other energy-efficient buses, federal funding, supply chain hang-ups, technology adoption, student behavior and more.

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