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Buses plow through snow
March 1, 2007

As with every other system in the country, we are constantly on the alert to save costs, and, as with most other systems in the snow belt, a major seasonal cost is that of plowing the white stuff off the depot lots so yellow buses can pick up the children on time.

Love the Bus tour has heart
March 1, 2007

Fittingly, the American School Bus Council (ASBC) wrapped up its Love the Bus tour on Feb. 14, Valentine’s Day, in the nation’s capital. The weeklong tour featured events in seven cities beginning in Dallas on Feb. 7.

When the mercury falls
March 1, 2007

How do you, as transportation professionals, prepare your staff for situations that are not explained in your policies and procedures manual?

12 Strategies to Combat False Passenger Injury Claims
February 1, 2007

School bus operations need to be prepared to fight false injury claims. Crash investigation skills and sound record-keeping are the first line of defense.

How to Publish an Effective Department Newsletter
February 1, 2007

Department newsletters can help to disseminate information, spotlight positive achievements and build morale. Keys to a successful newsletter include proper planning, content development and consistency.

It's not just a job
February 1, 2007

We take great pride in our safety record, as we should. Children are 13 times safer riding in a school bus than traveling to and from school in any other mode, whether that’s walking, bicycling or riding in an automobile.

I'm here because of you
February 1, 2007

Dear Phyllis, I am not sure you will remember me, but my name is Kathy Gorecki. You were my children’s school bus driver for many years. My reason for writing to you is to tell you how you have changed and influenced my life, how you have come to be my hero and my inspiration.

Tennessee pupil wins poster contest
February 1, 2007

Students from across the U.S. and as far away as Seoul, South Korea, competed in the 2006 National School Bus Safety Poster Contest.

Major ‘losses’ create big-time winners
February 1, 2007

North Clackamas School District bus drivers, mechanics and other school associates participate in "The Biggest Loser" competition.

Thomas Built plant renovations underway
February 1, 2007

HIGH POINT, N.C. — Thomas Built Buses began renovations to its 1408 Courtesy Road plant late last year and expects the $10.3 million improvement plan to be completed by January 2008.

FTA orders transit agency to stop school routes
February 1, 2007

ROCHESTER, N.Y. — On Jan. 18, the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) ruled that the Rochester-Genesee Regional Transportation Authority (RGRTA) has illegally engaged in school bus operations.

Collins Industries names new president of bus division
February 1, 2007

HUTCHINSON, Kan. — Collins Industries, a leading manufacturer of specialty vehicles, has named Kent Tyler as president of its bus division, effective immediately.

Connecticut imposes tougher school bus driver standards
February 1, 2007

WATERBURY, Conn. — Prospective school bus drivers in Connecticut must now pass more stringent background checks.

Retired School Buses Still Serve
January 1, 2007

Did you ever wonder what eventually happens to abandoned, out-of-service school buses?

Q&A: Customer Service Is Top Priority for U.S. Bus Corp.
January 1, 2007

President John Manzi says the key to success lies in understanding and meeting the end-users’ needs. Meanwhile, tough competition and rising costs provide challenges.

Derek Graham Named SBF’s Administrator of the Year
January 1, 2007

North Carolina pupil transportation director is recognized for his numerous contributions to his state and the larger pupil transportation industry.

Great Fleets Across America 2007
January 1, 2007

To further recognize the invaluable service provided by the nation’s pupil transportation programs, we present the seventh installment of our “Great Fleets” series. Find out how this year’s 10 outstanding operations have raised the bar in safety, efficiency, maintenance and other areas.

Clinging to the past?
January 1, 2007

For the two decades that I’ve been associated with pupil transportation through this magazine, our industry has fought against those who would have us equip large school buses with active passenger restraint systems, whether they’re lap belts, lap-shoulder belts or other devices.

Last FS-65 bus delivered
January 1, 2007

HIGH POINT, N.C. — Thomas Built Buses reached a milestone as it handed over the keys to its last customer-ready FS-65 conventional school bus.

ASBC responds to injury study
January 1, 2007

Pupil transportation officials called a study released by the American Academy of Pediatrics “a valuable contribution to the investigative literature concerning school bus-related injuries.”

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