27 Apr '12, 8pm

Check out the latest edition of NAPT News & Views from our April/May 2012 issue:

Check out the latest edition of NAPT News & Views from our April/May 2012 issue:

At this year’s NAPT Summit, NTSB Vice Chairman Christopher Hart will share thoughts on transportation safety generally and yellowtransportation specifically. School transportation is almost universally acclaimed as the safest mode of transportation in America, if not the world. Without doubt, based on federal statistics, we’re the gold standard for reliably safe ground transportation. The majority of motor vehicle crashes are not a failure of safety systems built into buses and other vehicles, but human error. That’s why as an industry, we’re never complacent. We train our people well and often. We inspect and maintain our equipment. We evaluate and explore new technology and new ideas that might make our safe record even safer. School buses themselves meet more Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards (FMVSS) than any other vehicle — 37 in all. Because school buses are larg...

Full article: http://www.schoolbusfleet.com/Channel/School-Bus-Safety/A...

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