Gabriele Ruth Privitera of South Carolina refuses to exit the bus when asked by the bus driver, swears at the students and driver, and threatens the driver. She is arrested and is facing multiple charges.
A 7-year-old student in Texas was allowed to ride home on a bus she was not assigned to instead of going to her after-school program using an excuse note that she wrote. The word “bus” was misspelled.
The manufacturer presented its inaugural Distinguished Dealer Award to Western Canada Bus of Edmonton, Alberta.
Security threats can happen anywhere, from a small town in Alabama to the capital city of Belgium.
Know a school bus contractor who deserves recognition for his or her efforts? We’re accepting nominations for School Bus Fleet’s Contractor of the Year award.
Wayne Township’s new propane-powered Blue Bird buses are funded in part by a $45,000 grant from the Indiana Office of Energy Development.
Executives and staff members at Thomas Built Buses discuss the company’s history and what goes into the building of each yellow bus.
As Thomas Built Buses turns 100 this year, the school bus manufacturer reflects on its contribution to the future: supporting students in their education.
Under a new state law, school bus drivers who use portable electronic devices at the wheel face a 30-day jail sentence and a $1,000 fine.
The Sacramento, California-area districts join forces in an effort to recruit up to 150 school bus drivers, attendants, and mechanics.
The latest winning entry comes from Richard Xu, a second grader in New York. The company awards Xu’s school $1,000 for classroom supplies, and the entry will be featured in a First Student ad campaign.
Insights on fuel options, practical ideas for Wi-Fi on school buses, and an inspiring Olympian were among the standouts at the Canadian Pupil Transportation Conference.
Watch as 90-year-old Roger Timmons, who served in the South Pacific during World War II, fulfills a lifelong dream to ride a yellow bus, courtesy of Ohio’s Indian Lake Schools.
Roger Timmons was excited for his first ride on a school bus on Monday — at 90 years old. The World War II veteran never got to ride a yellow bus as a kid.
Recent IRS draft guidance that may change how employee hours are calculated in regard to the Affordable Care Act could have a significant effect on school bus contractors.