Canyon State Bus Sales’ new 27,500-square-foot facility enables the Blue Bird dealer to increase its staff by 15% immediately.
The Petro Vend 100 (PV100) is a stand-alone, pedestal-mounted fuel control system that is designed for use by small or mid-size fleet operators that require one- or two-hose control at their unattended fueling sites.
The competition is open to any kind of photo related to school transportation. Three winners will receive a $100 cash prize.
Now 85% of Kyrene School District’s school bus fleet is composed of Blue Bird Vision Propane models.
INLINE 7, a wired and wireless datalink adapter, offers Wi-Fi and Bluetooth wireless connectivity while also providing traditional wired functionality via USB.
The ThermoCall app now offers drivers the convenience of preheating their engine from a mobile phone, which can reduce idling and extend engine life, company officials said.
The new Blue Bird Vision Propane bus is expected to lower Grace School District’s operating costs while reducing environmental impact.
The second edition of School Bus eXchange brings school bus operators and suppliers to Colorado to share solutions for key issues facing the industry.
Elk Grove’s transportation department adds alt-fuel buses, boosts field trip service, and works to attract more drivers as the district prepares to build more schools.
The biennial event will be held April 16 to 21 in Winnipeg. Sessions will cover such topics as Canadian standards, special needs, and alternative fuels.
An electronic version of the National School Transportation Specifications and Procedures document that has revisions highlighted is available to state directors of pupil transportation for the first time.
The school bus operator’s pact with two Nebraska districts now extends to 2019. David Prince, STA’s general manager of the contract, now takes on broader responsibility.
Check out the people, fleet, and facility at Elk Grove USD’s transportation department — recent winner of ASBC’s School Bus Champion Award.
NAFTC’s free, three-day training course will be offered in Oklahoma, North Carolina, and Oregon over the next few months.
In a new report on the grant program, the EPA also says that the funding has helped clean up 335,200 tons of NOx and 14,700 tons of particulate matter.