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Teton County School District implementing Treker from 2018

Treker was chosen to replace Zonar for bus riders student’s tracking software . This is because Treker has 10 times more features according to The Teton County School District Transportation Director Ed Ahlum.

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Visit Treker at NAPT - November 8 2016 in Kansas City, MO

The 42nd annual National Association of Pupil Transportation (NAPT) summit in Kansas City, MO is just around the corner. The Treker team is excited to exhibit again for a second time at the industry’s largest, single-day NAPT trade show in Booth #629.  We’re especially excited to return to the site of our official launch last year at NAPT’s 2015 summit in Richmond, VA.

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The 23rd Annual Student Transportation News Conference and Expo - Reno

Treker was a first-time exhibitor at the 23rd annual Student Transportation News Conference and Expo held late July in Reno, NV. The STN Conference unites pupil transportation professionals and industry experts from across the country. We were thrilled to demonstrate the Treker platform to transportation operations directors, managers, drivers, and dispatchers, and we greatly appreciated the overwhelmingly positive response.

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Don Wolfson, Treker Executive Vice President of Business Development talks to Florida Association for Pupil Transportation ahead of FAPT 68th Annual Summer Conference

Don Wolfson knows the importance of his role as executive vice president of business development at Treker - he tells a story of the company’s founder (a father of two), who waited in New Jersey snow storms two years ago for delayed public school buses to pick up and drop off his oldest son, leading him to develop the technology that Treker is based upon. Treker, a student safety tracking system, was launched in November 2015, and its systems are already installed in 45 school busses across the United States.

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Second grader left on school bus leads to firing of driver and aide

PATERSON – A bus driver and aide have been fired because a seven-year-old student was left behind Wednesday morning after other children had gotten off the vehicle at Paterson Arts and Science Charter School, officials said.

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