NYAPT is a membership-based professional association incorporated in 1974 as a “501-c-6” non-profit corporation. Our members are employed in school districts, BOCES, community and technical colleges, private school bus operators and community-based programs. Our members come from many levels within the school bus industry, including supervisors and managers, mechanics and technicians, trainers and safety specialists, and dispatchers.
Our Board of Directors is comprised of six officers and directors from each of our twenty chapters who come from all corners of the state. Our association operates through a series of program and ad hoc committees and presents a full slate of programs and offerings for our members each year. Our chapters are engaged in a variety of learning and advocacy activities in their local communities.
New Yorkers should be confident that the PROFESSIONALS in the State’s school transportation industry are doing all they can to ensure the efficiency of the transportation services and the safety of those 2.3 million children who ride our school buses each day.
Our membership has adopted a complete set of by-laws which govern the work of our organization and the Board of Directors. CLICK HERE to view a copy of our association by-laws, as amended on July 18, 2011.
July 17, 2012
September 29, 2012
December 8, 2012
Directions to Massry Center Building (site of Board Meetings)
Directions to Main Laboratory Bldg–Room AB and Room 206 (site of Committees) (Room AB is downstairs next to the “POD” cafeteria and Room 206 is on the same floor as the main entrance)
There is an opening for the Transportation Supervisor in a shared arrangement between the Geneseo Central School District and the Livonia Central [ read more ]
At a press conference in the State’s Legislative Office Building this morning, the New York Association for Pupil Transportation announced [ read more ]
The New York Association for Pupil Transportation was among those whose recommendations and ideas were heard on May 2nd by the [ read more ]