The IC Bus parent company recognizes suppliers that exceeded performance expectations for quality, delivery, technology, and cost.
The Reason Foundation’s Annual Highway Report finds that North Dakota and Kansas have the nation’s most cost-effective highway systems, while New Jersey and Rhode Island have the worst.
A new 1,200-gallon diesel exhaust fluid system enables Maconaquah School Corp. to improve access for drivers while saving money on the fluid by buying in bulk.
BESI Inc. has added Damp Check to its product line to pull excess moisture from the air and reduce it to a level that prevents the growth of mold, mildew, rust, musty odors, and rot.
T/CCI’s new compressors target trends in bus manufacturing, growing demand.
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Diesel Monster Anti-Gel has been formulated to protect against waxing and gelling, and to eliminate water to provide protection in cold weather.
Richard Proffitt of Virginia was standing behind a bus at a transportation facility when it fatally struck him.
Oleg Riabtsev takes on the role for Eberspaecher, which provides a/c systems and engine pre-heaters for school buses.
Jeff Sather will lead the DTNA subsidiary, which manufactures chassis for Thomas Built school buses and other vehicles.
The agency issues a preliminary report on the fatal fire, but why the school bus driver and student couldn’t escape remains unclear.
Carpinteria (Calif.) Unified School District school bus drivers transport critical personnel for their district and the area, traversing a wet, muddy section of Highway 101.
With the state Legislature’s vote, $20.5 million is now available for hundreds of new school buses across the state. Many of the state’s buses are more than 20 years old.
In Randolph County, one man is charged with stealing batteries from buses at four schools, while another man is charged with the same crime at another school.
Senate Bill 44 would require public school bus owners to comply with certain federal inspection standards. A school board worries it might lead to roadside checks and stops at weigh stations.