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Hannibal Transportation Department Earns Perfect Score on DOT Inspection

Getting students to and from school and school-related events is the Transportation Department’s business at the Hannibal Central School District. Over 30 vehicles are responsible for the district’s over 1,400 student-body population. Twice in a fiscal year the New York State Department of Transportation (DOT) performs a multi-point inspection on each bus and vehicle commissioned in a school district’s fleet for student transportation. A DOT representative inspects each vehicle top to bottom, inside and out to ensure a vehicle meets a strict level of standards. Following the most recent inspection the Hannibal CSD Transportation Department was awarded a perfect DOT score, an inspection rate of 100%. Superintendent of Schools Donna J. Fountain recognized the department for their achievement during opening day activities and said, “The department’s performance on the inspection is a testament of the staff’s strong dedication to safety and commitment to sound maintenance standards and practices.”
Getting students to and from school and school-related events is the Transportation Department’s business at the Hannibal Central School District. Over 30 vehicles are responsible for the district’s over 1,400 student-body population. Twice in a fiscal year the New York State Department of Transportation (DOT) performs a multi-point inspection on each bus and vehicle commissioned in a school district’s fleet for student transportation. A DOT representative inspects each vehicle top to bottom, inside and out to ensure a vehicle meets a strict level of standards. Following the most recent inspection the Hannibal CSD Transportation Department was awarded a perfect DOT score, an inspection rate of 100%. Superintendent of Schools Donna J. Fountain recognized the department for their achievement during opening day activities and said, “The department’s performance on the inspection is a testament of the staff’s strong dedication to safety and commitment to sound maintenance standards and practices.”