NSTA's executive director says that while the unique operating environment of the school transportation industry must be considered in the development of this technology, the industry must also recognize its potential benefits.
Allen Schaeffer, the executive director for the Diesel Technology Forum, shares insights on emission reductions, the VW settlement funds, and renewable diesel.
DERA’s latest escape from the budget axe is a testament to its broad support in multiple industries and on both sides of the political aisle.
Analyzing fuel choices for school buses, assessing the impact of school reform on transportation, and dealing with the ongoing driver shortage were hot topics at SBX 2017.
VW settlement and other funds converge with increasing progress, availability, and demonstrated efficiency of alternative-fuel school buses, making now the time to seek out myriad grant opportunities.
With the upgraded buses, Eugene School District is bolstering safety, saving money, and providing a comfortable ride for students on activity trips. An alarming crash sealed the district’s shift away from motorcoaches.
There are other commercial driving jobs that pay more than driving a school bus, but they don’t involve transporting students. The opportunity to contribute to children’s education and safety could spark interest in the job.
Great ideas come in many forms. What all of these innovations have in common is that they promote the role of school buses in student achievement.
There are six options to provide regulatory relief: the Congressional Review Act, executive orders, appropriations legislation, authorization legislation, courts, and the rulemaking process.
The IC Bus event was about embracing change and thinking big. Thinking big is hard sometimes, and change of any kind is stressful.
The National School Transportation Association president discusses the new administration in Washington, the shortage of school bus drivers, and the potential impact of autonomous technology.
High-definition video recording, wireless management features,and 360-degree views are among the latest surveillance optionsthat are gaining popularity.
Enlisting support, alleviating fears by preparing staff for possible scenarios, getting buy-in from administrators, and familiarizing law enforcement with school buses can all strengthen safety.