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He said that having a strong outreach presence helps them better understand the needs of their neighbors. “And that’s something we think is essential in providing the safest and most reliable transportation pos- sible,” he said. “Te more involved we are with our neighbors, especially with strong community-based pro- grams, the better we are as transpor- tation service providers.” Tomas Bus’ Edgerly said philan-


thropy and doing the right thing have been core values at the school bus manufacturer since the company was founded 100 years ago. “We have a commitment to our commu- nity and to assisting those in need, and we make a conscious effort to do this throughout the year.” John Corrado, president of school bus contractor Suffolk Transportation, said that it’s easy for the employees


and managers of his New York-based company to get excited about corpo- rate responsibility—they all live in the county they serve and are all deeply committed to the overall well-being of their community. “Our efforts are a direct extension of our corporate cul- ture,” he said. “We live, work and play here and want to lead by example by treating our employees, customers and every passenger as we would like to be treated—with care and compassion.” Corrado said that Suffolk Trans-


portation is a key member of the community and an integral part of the educational process, so it’s crucial to be directly involved in all facets of the community in order to maintain the highest levels of service. “After all, these are not just customers,” he said. “Tey’re our neighbors.” Besides being involved a num-


ber of local activities and charities, Corrado said that he is most proud of an emergency transportation program he developed in partnership with the Suffolk County Police Department and the Suffolk County Office of Emergency Preparedness. In the event of a regional crisis or emergency, management and volunteer drivers are mobilized to provide emergency transportation services to the police, support crews and residents. Suffolk Transportation has


evacuated residents during 9/11, two hurricanes, a tropical storm and SuperStorm Sandy. Corrado said that his bus drivers also volunteer as firefighters and Little League coaches. “We’re fortunate to live in an area so rich with giving,” he said. “We’re all proud of what we do, and that spirit extends to our community work.” 


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