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5 Critical Things You Need to Know About MAP-21

The Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century Act - or MAP-21 - is bringing new transportation regulations geared toward updating and standardizing the safety and training requirements for school bus drivers. Ultimately, these changes will help schools and districts come into compliance with federal laws that will make students and staff safer while on the road.

During this on-demand webinar, the School Bus Safety Company will break down the new regulations to better explain what MAP-21 means; how it will affect school bus training in 2019, 2020 and beyond; and how to bridge the gap between your current safety & training program with the new topics and mandates under the MAP-21 regulations.



Presenter 
Chris Walls
President
School Bus Safety Company

Chris began his career in 2011 with Indianapolis Public Schools as Director of Transportation. He then moved to a large student transportation provider in 2014 as Regional Vice President and earned the company’s “Most Improved Location” for a 40 percent accident rate reduction and improved safety culture. In addition to Indianapolis, Chris has managed operations in St. Louis, Philadelphia, Memphis, San Bernardino, Kansas City and Baltimore. He has a bachelor’s degree in business from Indiana Wesleyan University and an MBA from Western Governor’s University. Chris worked for 12 years in military transportation ultimately reaching captain, with roles in maintenance, safety and operations.

      


 
 
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