The Colorado State Patrol says the truck driver fell asleep and drifted into the opposing lane and hit the bus, which rolled.
Wesley White of Pennsylvania was charged in connection with a crash that killed Deborah Bopp in April 2017. His truck allegedly struck the back of her bus when she slowed down to pick up a student.
The new corporate name reflects a broader portfolio following two acquisitions. The company will continue to provide school bus stop-arm camera enforcement technology.
The state superintendent presents Georgia’s first Pupil Transportation Safety Awards to eight school districts of various sizes.
Beth Walters pleads not guilty to operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol. An investigation allegedly showed she was impaired by alcohol on March 27.
The Wisconsin School Bus Association awards seven drivers and three mechanics for excellence in their profession. Some have more than 50 years of service.
Keystone and the Pennsylvania School Bus Association partner on the new annual grant, which provides winners with up to $30,000 for safety initiatives. The association also honors longtime member Bill Moore.
“Miranda’s Law,” a proposed federal bill, would require automatic notifications of driver violations to school districts and school bus companies within 24 hours.
Rose Marie Walker recognizes Educational Bus Transportation driver Titus Francis for his actions while driving for a field trip.
Dafo Vehicle Fire Protection AB supplies fire detection and suppression systems for buses and coaches.
The rear tire of the bus, owned by Illinois-based Herscher Christian Church, catches fire. The teenagers and adults on board are able to exit unharmed as the fire quickly spreads.
The new “Securement 101” course covers safety and liability, equipment operation, and securing wheelchairs and occupants.
The five West Virginia drivers and a school nurse receive certificates from their county board of education for tending to three motorists whose car hydroplaned and rolled over.
The two bills would require all school bus drivers, including those who drive smaller buses and are exempted under federal law, to be included in the sample pool for random tests and undergo pre-employment testing.
Heidi King, President Trump’s pick to lead NHTSA, moves closer to confirmation. She is currently the agency’s deputy administrator.