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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.

Aug 30, 2022

Dive into the upcoming September “Technology” issue and the parole of the last 1976 Chowchilla kidnapper of a school bus full of students who later escaped. They show how technology, and the training on how to use it, are crucial to school startup.

A school bus driver trainer and a school board director at...

Aug 23, 2022

Ryan and Tony break down what the recently signed Inflation Reduction Act and the application deadline for the first round of Clean School Bus Program monies means for clean school buses.

How has the school bus technician job changed over the years? How can districts attract new applicants? Working on electric school...

Aug 16, 2022

Collaboration and innovation are key as school starts back up and school bus manufacturers continue to face supply chain challenges.

Mike Warner, associate director of fleet maintenance at Cobb County School District in Georgia, discusses the changes he’s seen while managing buses through the years, as well as how the...

Aug 9, 2022

Latest electric headlines include EPA details on the Clean School Bus Program and new repower options.

Dive into how economic trends affect school bus delivery issues, as well as thoughtful ways to electrify a fleet, with John McKinney, owner of bus dealer Midwest Transit Equipment.

Additionally, get some insight from...

Aug 1, 2022

From a Women in Transportation (WiT) panel at STN EXPO Reno to the over 150 nominations received for our 2022 Garage Stars feature, the student transportation industry is filled with amazing, dedicated people. However, a nagging problem remains the lack of new school bus technicians.

Our guests today are from New Albany...