Patti Royce-Moser, a routing coordinator for Educational Bus Transportation, recently received The Golden Merit Award from the National School Transportation Association (NSTA) at its annual meeting in Greensboro, North Carolina. Established in 1969, NSTA’s Golden Merit Award recognizes school bus employees for their achievements in safety, driver training, business practice, vehicle maintenance and superior service to their school district, community and pupil transportation industry.
Educational Bus Transportation President Sean Corr stated, “Patti exemplifies all that the Golden Merit Award stands for — a commitment to excellence on the job and steadfast dedication to the drivers and students who depend on her year in and year out. She is integral to the success of Educational Bus Transportation and I congratulate Patti on this important honor.”
In addition to The Golden Merit Award, Royce-Moser is a recipient of the prestigious Seven Seals Award from the Department of Defense and has been recognized for her contributions to the Transfinder Advisory Board, a national leader in intelligent transportation systems.
EducationalBusTransportationisamemberofTheTransGroupfamilyofbusoperations,headquartered in SpringValley,NY. In addition to Royce- Moser, Rick Wolff of Trans Group operation Ethan Allen Transportation also received a Golden Merit Award at the recent NSTA annual meeting. Past Golden Merit Award recipients affiliated with The Trans Group include Warren Gumbs, Helen Schwabacher, and Trans Group Executive Vice President Tim Flood.
With more than 1,700 employees, The Trans Group operates over 1,200 school and public transit buses in lower New York State and Long Island. The company is actively involved in the school bus industry on the state and federal level.