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AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety 607 14th St. NW Ste. 201 Washington DC 20005 T: 202-638-5944 F: 202-638-5943 C.Y. David Yang, Executive Director info@aaafoundation.org www.aaafoundation.org Conducts research on traffic safety. Pro- duces and distributes videos on school bus evacuations and procedures, plus brochures and materials on traffic safety.


American Association of School Administrators 1615 Duke St. Alexandria VA 22314 T: 703-528-0700 F: 703-841-1543 Dan Domenech, Executive Director ddomenech@aasa.org www.aasa.org Founded in 1865, AASA is the profes- sional organization for over 13,000 educa- tional leaders in the U.S. and worldwide. Its members range from CEOs, superin- tendents and senior-level school admin- istrators, to cabinet members, professors and aspiring school system leaders. AASA members advance the goals of public education, and champion children’s causes in their districts and nationwide.


American Bus Association 111 K St. NE 9th Fl. Washington DC 20002 T: 202-218-7206


APTA members provide safe, efficient and economical transit services, that meet national energy, environmental and financial concerns. Over 90 percent of passengers who use transit services in North America are transported by APTA members.


American School Bus Council 113 S. West St. Alexandria VA 22314 T: 800-989-6278 info@americanschoolbuscouncil.com www.americanschoolbuscouncil.org ASBC is a coalition of the three largest school bus manufacturers and three largest pupil transportation industry associations. ASBC is a unified voice that advocates for the safety, environmental, and equal access to education benefits of the iconic yellow school bus.


F: 202-842-0850


Brad Tucker, Dir. of Program Engagement www.buses.org ABA represents approx. 1,000 motor- coach and tour companies in the U.S. and Canada, including two-thirds of all coaches on the road. ABA also represents motorcoach operators, manufacturers, bus service and equipment suppliers to the industry, plus travel and tour organi- zations in the U.S. and Canada.


American Public Transportation Association 1300 I St. NW Ste. 1200 E Washington DC 20005 T: 202-496-4800 F: 202-496-4324 Paul Skoutelas, President & CEO pskoutelas@apta.com www.apta.com


Association of School Business Officials International 11401 N. Shore Dr. Reston VA 20190 T: 866-682-2729 F: 703-478-0205 John D. Musso, Executive Director jmusso@asbointl.org www.asbointl.org Te professional membership organization offers programs and services that promote high standards of school business manage- ment practices, professional growth and effective use of educational resources.


Clean Vehicle Education Foundation 6011 Fords Lake Ct. Acworth GA 30101 T: 770-424-8575 F: 770-424-8575 Daniel Bowerson, President www.cleanvehicle.org Te nonprofit organization builds aware- ness for the energy, security, air quality and economic benefits of clean alterna- tive-fuel vehicles, for public and private fleet operators. It also provides education- al and technical assistance and resources.


Community Transportation Association of America 1341 G St. NW Ste. 250 Washington DC 20005 T: 800-891-0590 F: 202-737-9197


Randy Zobrist, Executive Director rzobrist@riverbendtransit.org www.ctaa.org It is dedicated to improving mobility wherever older Americans, persons with disabilities and the poor have no access to conventional public transit. Members include small transit agencies, state DOTs and Head Start agencies.


Diesel Technology Forum 5291 Corporate Dr. Ste. 102 Frederick MD 21703 T: 301-668-7230 F: 301-668-7234 Allen Schaeffer, Executive Director dtf@dieselforum.org www.dieselforum.org DTF is a leading voice for users and manu- facturers of clean diesel power in school and public transportation. DTF provides fact-based education and outreach to policymakers, NGOs, government officials and media. Members include OEMs, suppliers and fuel refiners. Issues cover standards, technology, retrofit, renewable fuels, emissions and energy efficiency.


Governors Highway Safety Association 444 N. Capitol St. NW Ste. 722 Washington DC 20001 T: 202-789-0942 F: 202-789-0946 Jonathan Adkins, Executive Director jadkins@ghsa.org www.ghsa.org GHSA represents the state and territorial highway safety offices that implement programs to address behavioral high- way safety issues. Tese include occu- pant protection, impaired driving and speeding. GHSA provides leadership and advocacy for the states and territories, to improve traffic safety, influence national policy, enhance program management and promote best practices.


Manufacturers Council of Small School Buses 37400 Hills Tech Dr. Farmington Hills MI 48331 T: 248-489-7090 F: 248-489-8590 Joe Labonte, Chair joe.labonte@navistar.com Makers of Type A and Type B school bus- es comprise the MCSSB. It was formed in


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