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STN EXPO INDY PREVIEW RETURN TRIP


The decision by School Transportation News to postpone conferences until the fall was made with the hope that enough people would be vaccinated so attendees, exhibitors and staff might get past anxieties about viruses and focus on content, community and commerce. Alas, the COVID-19 Delta variant and relatively low national vaccination numbers threatened to turn back the clock late this summer. But recent comments made by the Biden administration indicate that distance learning is not an option this school year, with renewed emphasis on masking all students and staff. That means full steam ahead toward the 2nd annual STN EXPO Indianapolis next month. It’s hard to believe that the first STN EXPO


Indy + Transportation Director Summit was held two and a half years ago. Some attendees of the event this fall, which runs Oct. 1-5, will have already experienced an onsite conference closer to home, as state associations began returning to a more


normal summer cadence for their annual events. But nothing beats opening the networking and educational opportunities even wider to include a national audience. What


better place for those discussions than “The Crossroads of America”? Brush up on child passenger safety restraint systems and usage on school buses. Take your operation’s vehicle inspection to the next level. Discuss lessons learned from COVID-19, the adoption of electric and alternative fuel buses, bell time changes, ensuring technology ROI, protecting sensitive data, and more. Visit stnexpo.com/east for the latest details on the conference and trade show.


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