Representatives from the six states that have passed school bus seat belt legislation will share their experiences with NHTSA officials in a meeting next month.
We fully support ensuring that school bus transportation remains the safest form of transportation, but we cannot support significant new mandates on the industry without data showing that improved safety could be realized.
Under the SmartEfficiency initiative, the engine supplier will announce multiple product-line improvements over the next 12 months.
Earlier in life, Philip Bologna was an acclaimed singer who regaled opera crowds across the nation. Now, he transports special-needs students in Rochester, Minnesota, but he still sings to his passengers at times, as he demonstrates in this Post-Bulletin video.
The 22 contracted drivers, who cover routes for Minneapolis Public Schools, did not show up for work for two days last week, citing low pay, lack of hours and cold buses. Some were back at work on Monday.
NSTA members Sunrise Transportation and Minnesota Coaches get up to $50,000 each for Zonar fleet management hardware as recipients of the Don Carnahan Memorial Grant.
With arctic temperatures gripping much of the country and the long-term forecast calling for ice and snow, the company is offering winter driving safety tips for students, parents and drivers.
The two school transportation associations jointly write to NHTSA Administrator Mark Rosekind to express their concerns about his agency’s new stance on school bus seat belts.
For its new student artwork contest, the school transportation provider will award a total of $12,000 this year to schools with winning entries.
The scholarships are awarded to family members of IC Bus dealers’ employees. They are a collaborative effort between IC Bus and its dealers to support further education in the communities where the company works.
Catherine Brutzman's commitment to work, family and community service will be highlighted on the show's “Pay It Forward” series on Friday.
Featuring a responsive design, the website provides information to school districts about the benefits of contracting student transportation services and includes safety tips for parents.
The 2016 edition of the event, produced by NAPT and School Bus Fleet, will be held in Denver in April.
TransPar Group, which manages more than 1,700 vehicles for various school districts in the U.S., joins the TSC program that offers exclusive services.
NSTA applauds the passage of the FAST Act, which advances many of the school bus contractor group’s priorities.