Minneapolis Public Schools’ Mobile Command Center
Minneapolis Public Schools’ plant operations and transportation services team spent four years converting an older school bus into the mobile command center.
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The plant operations and transportation services team at Minneapolis Public Schools has built a mobile command center for use during major emergencies.
Construction of the mobile command center began in 2008, and it was completed last year. Officials said it took more than 1,600 hours to convert an older school bus into the center. It is equipped with a 32-inch flat-screen TV to provide the staff with current information on traffic and adverse weather conditions. A server maintains routing and student information, GPS and daily assignments.
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