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For nearly 30 years, you’ve known School Transportation News magazine and 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.

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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Dec 14, 2022

Headlines include supply chain updates and special needs transportation oversight.

Nick Voisard, a 2022 STN Rising SuperStar and senior director of electric vehicles for National Express, parent of school bus contractor Durham School Services, provides analysis and insight on districts implementing electric school buses...

Dec 7, 2022

A South Carolina student rider’s assault holds sobering lessons for school bus operations. Meanwhile, questions are raised on the adequacy of electric school bus infrastructure.

Tod Eskra from American Student Transportation Partners discusses growing Pennsylvania school bus contractor Krise Transportation over the...

Nov 23, 2022

Student transporters are resilient and dedicated to providing the best transportation service possible to support students’ educational goals. Review the conversations, training and hands-on experiences taking place at STN conferences and elsewhere to deal with these challenges.

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Nov 11, 2022

Gregg Prettyman joins Tony and Ryan at the TSD Conference in Frisco, Texas, to discuss alternative student transportation and how the newly announced First Student service FirstAlt can help meet transportation needs for students.

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