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The TSD Conference Early Bird Registration deadline ends Feb. 15! Visit tsdconference.com. STN EXPO call for presentation proposal forms are available to submit workshop ideas. Visit stnexpo.com and select the event you’re interested in attending.


Introduce Us To Your


Garage Stars Do you have a fleet manager,


shop foreman, lead technician or maintenance team that goes above and beyond their job duties? STN is now accepting submissions through May 1 for a potential profile in the August magazine edition. stnonline.com/go/gs


Calendar at a Glance Looking for new networking opportunities in


2019? Check out the STN industry calendar on our redesigned website. stnonline.com/go/5s


Catch Up on Industry News Agility Fuels’ new propane engine for Thomas


Built Buses, the 488LPI, received EPA approval for sale through Dec. 31 of this year. Transfinder recorded record revenue for a 21st consecutive year, with a 7 percent increase, compared to 2017. Student Transportation of America (STA) is sharing school bus “Danger Zones” videos produced by School Bus Safety Company with all school district customers, parents, students and the


local motoring public. STA also promoted Gene Kowalczewski to chief operating officer of STA’s School Transportation Group that oversees North American School Bus Operations. Kowalczewski is a 30-year veteran in the school transportation industry. Synovia Solutions is rolling out a small- district version of its “Here Comes the Bus” app to serve more communities. Visit stnonline.com/go/ir to find more industry releases.


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