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28 APPENDIX B PowerPoint Presentation for Peer Review Focus Group Peer Review for Synthesis Driving Transportation with Technology Survey on School Bus Safety June 20, 2008 VTTI Consent to Participate Participation in this discussion is completely voluntary Your participation and individual responses will Driving Transportation with Technology not be identified in the study report Risks/Benefits You may remain anonymous if you wish You may leave the discussion at any time you'd like Continuing with the discussion implies consent VTTI

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29 Agenda Introductions Review of synthesis objectives Driving Transportation with Technology Review and discussion of draft survey Closing VTTI Objectives Synthesis has two parts: Literature review (Daecher consulting ) Driving Transportation with Technology Survey methods and results (VTTI) Survey distributed to school bus interest group listserves (e.g., School Transportation News) and to individuals identified on NAPT's website VTTI

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30 Objective of This Call Peer review process for the survey draft Driving Transportation with Technology Missing topics? Prioritization of topics? Wording of items "Weeding" hope to have the survey take 30min or less VTTI Survey Objectives Gain insight and opinions from individuals in the school bus industry regarding: Driving Transportation with Technology Unique safety concerns of school bus operations Current methods for addressing these concerns Barriers to safety Suggestions for future improvement VTTI

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31 Driving Transportation with Technology Survey Review (see email attachment) VTTI THANK YOU! Contact: Driving Transportation with Technology Douglas Wiegand, Ph.D. Senior Research Associate Virginia Tech Transportation Institute 540-231-1055 VTTI