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Region’s school transportation managers in class of their own

Transfinder's Brian Keefer, center, instructs a local and distance-learning Proficiency Certification Class at Transfinder recently.  Rocco Manitta, Julie Urig and Kelly Vincent are seen at right. Patrick Longo seen at far left.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
Transfinder's Brian Keefer, center, instructs a local and distance-learning Proficiency Certification Class at Transfinder recently. Rocco Manitta, Julie Urig and Kelly Vincent are seen at right. Patrick Longo seen at far left.
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At what corner should a bus stop be placed? How frequently should the bus stop? Those are the kind of questions that school district transportation managers have to answer, and many of them are using computer software to get the best results. Training on how to manage school bus routes often occurs on the job, but Schenectady-based Transfinder is teaming up with Schenectady County Community College to offer online classes for employees of local school ...


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robbump
March 7, 2013
4:28 p.m.

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Schools should get out of the transportation business, and turn the job over the transportation companies ... such as CDTA.

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