You're Either on the Bus, or…

Friel, Brian
March 2007
National Journal;3/10/2007, Vol. 39 Issue 10, p55
The article reports on the plan of the American School Bus Council to visit the Capitol Hill in Washington D.C. in order to familiarize lawmakers with the school bus industry. One of the objectives of the council is to secure federal funding for school buses. Ohio school bus chief and council co-chairman Pete Japikse stated that increasing the number of buses with lower emissions could benefit the environment.


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