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School Transportation News Magazine | Buyer’s Guide 2019


ORGANIZATIONS & ASSOCIATIONS Federal Agencies


Federal Highway Administration 1200 New Jersey Ave. SE Washington DC 20590 T: 202-366-4000 Walter C. Waidelich, Executive Director execsecretariat.fhwa@dot.gov www.fhwa.dot.gov FHA regulates the safety of intercity truck and bus operations. FHA also ad- ministers CDL programs among states.


Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration 1200 New Jersey Ave. SE Washington DC 20590 T: 800-832-5660 Cathy Gautreaux, Deputy Administrator www.fmcsa.dot.gov FMCSA develops and enforces data-driv- en regulations, to balance the safety of truck and bus companies with industry efficiency, harnesses safety information systems to focus on higher risk carriers, and targets educational messages to car- riers, commercial drivers and the public.


Federal Transit Administration 1200 New Jersey Ave. SE Washington DC 20590 T: 202-366-4043 Matthew Welbes, Executive Director www.transit.dot.gov FTA administers the federally-funded mass transportation programs.


National Highway Traffic Safety Administration 1200 New Jersey Ave. SE Washington DC 20590 T: 888-327-4236 Heidi King, Deputy Administrator nhtsa.webmaster@dot.gov www.nhtsa.gov NHTSA helps reduce fatalities and eco- nomic losses from motor vehicle crashes, by enforcing safety performance standards for school buses, other motor vehicles and equipment. It investigates defects and pro- vides grants for highway safety programs.


National Transportation Safety Board 490 L’Enfant Plaza SW Washington DC 20594 T: 202-314-6000


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Robert Sumwalt, Chairman www.ntsb.gov Te federal agency investigates transpor- tation accidents, determines causes and recommends safety improvements.


Office of Head Start 370 L’Enfant Promenade SW Washington DC 20447 T: 866-763-6481 Debroah Bergeron, Acting Director debroah.bergeron@acf.hhs.gov www.acf.hhs.gov/ohs It administers federal funding and policy for low-income preschool education programs nationwide.


Texas Education Agency 1701 N. Congress Ave. Austin TX 78701 T: 512-463-9290 F: 512-463-9838 Danny Sanchez, Commissioner of Education danny.sanchez@tea.state.tx.us


Transportation Research Board, National Academies 500 5th St. NW Washington DC 20001 T: 202-334-2934 Neil Pedersen, Program Coordinator www.trb.org Its National Research Council unit designs transportation systems. It also provides research findings on policy, technological development and new practices.


Transportation Security Administration 601 12th St. S Arlington VA 22202 T: 866-289-9673 David Pekoske, Administrator tsa-contactcenter@tsa.dhs.gov www.tsa.gov TSA works with transportation, law en- forcement and intelligence agencies to set the standard for excellence in transporta- tion security. TSA also ensures freedom of movement for people and commerce.


U.S. Dept. of Defense Domestic Dependent Elementary & Secondary Schools 700 Westpark Dr. 3rd Fl. Peachtree City GA 30269 T: 678-364-8000 F: 770-632-8720


Judith Minor, Interim Director director.ddess@am.dodea.edu www.dodea.edu/americas It administers school bus services for U.S. service personnel/families who are posted in Alabama, Georgia, New York, North Caro- lina, South Carolina, Puerto Rico & Cuba.


U.S. Dept. of Defense Educational Activity-Europe Unit 29649, Box 7000 APO AE 09136 T: 314-545-1503 F: 314-545-1546 Nancy C. Bresell, Director director.dodds.europe@eu.dodea.edu www.dodea.edu/Europe It administers school bus services for the families of U.S. service members who are stationed throughout Europe.


U.S. Dept. of Defense Educational Activity-Pacific Unit 35007 APO AP 96376-5007 T: 011-81-611-744-5878 Lois J. Rapp, Director lois.rapp@pac.dodea.edu www.dodea.edu/pacific It administers school bus services for the families of U.S. service members through- out military bases in Asia and the Pacific.


U.S. Dept. of Education, Office of Special Education & Rehabilitative Services 400 Maryland Ave. SW Washington DC 20202-7100 T: 202-245-7468 Andrew Pepin, Executive Administrator andrew.pepin@ed.gov www.ed.gov/about/offices/list/osers/ It administers programs and projects on free and appropriate public education for disabled students from birth to 21.


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