• The yellow bus,
    and professionals behind the wheel,
    connect what matters - safely and efficiently.

  • 43rd Annual Summit

    Save the Date
    November 4-7 • 2017
    Columbus, Ohio

  • Discover a number of educational opportunities through NAPT’s Professional Development Series (PDS)

    In person and online!

  • NAPT’s Apollo®
    Your place to Connect, Communicate, Collaborate.

  • NAPT: Where you’ll find the industry’s only professional certification.

    Take Your Career to New Heights!


The school transportation industry's largest and most diverse membership organization, NAPT provides the tools and information designed to advance industry professionals and leaders.

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Providing tools to assist you in making intelligent decisions with your pupil transportation departments' safety and efficiency in mind.

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Take your career to the next level. NAPT offers a variety of professional development and certification opportunities to help you succeed.

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The annual NAPT Summit is consistently recognized as the premier school transportation conference in the nation.

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Connecting What Matters

Student transportation professionals play a critical role in education and local communities. We are a direct link between a neighborhood and the classroom, connecting children with classrooms; developing athletes with arenas; young musicians with the stage; future scientists with laboratories, and so much more. This video illustrates just how the iconic yellow bus contributes to a successful educational enterprise.


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Miniumum Training Requirement for Entry-Level Drivers Delayed

Last December the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) issued a Final Rule implementing minimum training requirements for entry-level commercial motor vehicle operators. In accordance with President Trump's directive from January 20, 2017 entitled "Regulatory Freeze Pending Review," this Final Rule, initially effective February 6, 2017, is delayed until March 21, 2017. This delay allows the Trump Administration time to review the regulatory actions taken by the previous Administration not yet in effect.

Read the notice here.


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