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NAPT MultiView News Brief
August 5, 2009
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The National Association for Pupil Transportation announced today it has partnered with MultiBriefs to create the new NAPT MultiView NewsBrief, a free, opt-in e-mail resource providing comprehensive weekly news briefings of the week's top industry stories.

Each edition of the NAPT MultiView News Brief contain articles and information we gather from an expansive list of sources, including The Associated Press, The Washington Post, and other leading resources. Beginning Tuesday, August 11, the NAPT MultiView News Brief will be delivered to the inboxes of NAPT members and other industry professionals, keeping subscribers informed of topics and trends that will have an impact on their lives and careers.

The NAPT MultiView News Brief is a great way to keep informed. The electronic publication can be easily read in your office, home, or via your mobile phone or PDA. Archived issues and an RSS feed will also be made available.

Want to see more? Here are some examples of the articles that would appear in the NAPT MultiView News Brief.

Half Million Dollar Grant for School Bus Research
from WLTX
South Carolina is getting a $553,918 grant to help further reduce the amount of pollution created by diesel school buses, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced today. The federal funds will be used to replace old buses with new low emission hybrids and to retrofit existing buses with cleaner technology. More

Ohio DOT Wary of Social Media Sites – Other States Jump In
from The Plain Dealer
When a tanker truck exploded July 15, closing a section of Interstate 75 near Detroit, hundreds of motorists were notified of the crash and detours via tweets from the Michigan Department of Transportation. More

Ban Texting? Just Require Smarter Cars and Trucks
from Network World
Better speech technology could make texting while driving more than dangerous, it would become obsolete. No longer would it be necessary for a driver to read teensy words from a tiny screen or type using an equally downsized keyboard--these could be replaced by simply talking and listening. More

Central Command for Emergencies in Virginia
from Centre View
Fairfax County's new, public safety, emergency operations and transportation center in Va. isn't fully staffed or completely up-and-running just yet. But it's well on its way. More

Iowa School Bus Drivers to Honk When Turning
from KSFY (Des Moines)
Officials in Des Moines, Iowa, say too many pedestrians are being hit by buses. So they're ordering bus drivers to honk every time they make a turn. More

Kentucky Schools' Green Efforts Pay Off in Grant Money
from BG Daily News
Not every school district’s transportation department recycles the used oil from buses to heat its entire building. But then again, taking steps to clean the environment both for children and the community is what has made the Warren County Public Schools district's transportation department stand out. More

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