Dear Transit Friends,
The MO-RTAP Office issues a quarterly eNewsletter. We welcome your comments and suggestions on information you would like to see included in upcoming issues. If you have any feedback or suggestions, we would love to hear from you! We encourage you to forward our eNewsletter to others in your agency. Please advise anyone who would like to receive the MO-RTAP eNewsletter or any other MO-RTAP information in the future to contact our office and we will add them to our contact list. OR they can send an email with their name, agency and email address to Doreen Harkins at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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|MO-RTAP eNewsletter 2021 1Q|
|MO-RTAP eNewsletter 2021 2Q|
|MO-RTAP eNewsletter 2021 3Q|
|MO-RTAP eNewsletter 2021 4Q|
|MO-RTAP eNewsletter 2020 1Q||MO-RTAP eNewsletter 2019 1Q||MO-RTAP eNewsletter 2018 1Q||MO-RTAP eNewsletter 2017 1Q|
|MO-RTAP eNewsletter 2020 2Q||MO-RTAP eNewsletter 2019 2Q||MO-RTAP eNewsletter 2018 2Q||MO-RTAP eNewsletter 2017 2Q|
|MO-RTAP eNewsletter 2020 3Q||MO-RTAP eNewsletter 2019 3Q||MO-RTAP eNewsletter 2018 3Q||MO-RTAP eNewsletter 2017 3Q|
|MO-RTAP eNewsletter 2020 4Q||MO-RTAP eNewsletter 2019 4Q||MO-RTAP eNewsletter 2018 4Q||MO-RTAP eNewsletter 2017 4Q|
|Veteran's Day Special Edition 2020|
|MO-RTAP eNewsletter 2016 1Q||MO-RTAP eNewsletter 2015 Q1||MO-RTAP eNewsletter 2014 Q1||MO-RTAP eNewsletter 2013 Q1|
|MO-RTAP eNewsletter 2016 2Q||MO-TRAP eNewsletter 2015 Q2||MO-RTAP eNewsletter 2014 Q2||MO-RTAP eNewsletter 2013 Q2|
|MO-RTAP eNewsletter 2016 3Q||MO-RTAP eNewsletter 2015 3Q||MO-RTAP eNewsletter 2014 Q3||MO-RTAP eNewsletter 2013 Q3|
|MO-RTAP eNewsletter 2016 4Q||MO-RTAP eNewsletter 2015 4Q||MO-RTAP eNewsletter 2014 Q4||MO-RTAP eNewsletter 2013 Q4|
A list and order form of all National RTAP products are available for ordering. Search for desired resources in the Resource Library to order online. To order via email or phone, email your request to email@example.com or call (888) 589-6821.
2 THE POINT TRAINING FLASH CARDS
These training cards have been designed to be quick refresher trainings for drivers that can be reviewed in the break room, while parked and waiting for a passenger to finish an appointment, or at the beginning of the day before beginning a route. Each card has training information on the front and a set of questions on the back. After the driver finishes reviewing the information, he/she can answer the short quiz. There is space at the bottom of the card for both the driver’s and his/her supervisor’s signature.
Click here to download all the 2 The Point Training cards in one PDF file.
• ADA and Sensitivity
• Bloodborne Pathogens
• Customer Service
• Defensive Driving
• Distracted Driving
• Drugs and Alcohol
• Emergency Management
• Passenger Safety
• Transporting Non-Ambulatory Passengers
Internet links to Rural Transit Assistance Programs (RTAP) at national and state level:
• Bus Rapid Transit