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TRANSPORTATION


DIRECTOR OF THE YEAR & SAFETY LEADER


Congrats 2020


Transportation Director of the Year


1,382 School Buses 100% FULL-FLEET COMMITMENT


What I care about is that we change this dangerous behavior of people illegally passing stopped school buses.


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Every time somebody passes a stopped school bus, it’s a potential life changing tragedy for that student and their family.”


— Todd Watkins, Director of Transportation 2020 STN Transportation Director of the Year Montgomery County Public Schools, Maryland


BusPatrol is proud to partner with Todd Watkins and Montgomery County Public Schools, Maryland


STOP-ARM SAFETY PROGRAM OVERVIEW 104,000 Students Safeguarded | 1,200 Routes Enforced $0 CAPITAL OUTLAY


Congratulations Todd! We are very pleased to see your contributions being recognized by STN. The entire BusPatrol family is proud to collaborate with you on our joint safety mission. Thank you for always putting student safety first and for working with us every day to proactively reduce stop-arm violations and change the driving culture around school buses.


As a safety leader, you and MCPS have prioritized safeguarding your student riders and providing equal protection and safety benefits to all 104,000 children riding the yellow bus in your district. Our full-fleet of 1,382 safety tech powered school buses serves as a national model for student safety.


We look forward to the years ahead, as we continue to innovate together to build a safer future!


To learn how you can also partner with BusPatrol to launch a full-fleet safety program at no cost, visit BusPatrol.com/join.


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