Comprehensive workshop teaches rail grade safety Incorporating industry guidelines and National Safety Council grade-crossing safety reco...
We were all shocked on Nov. 20, 2006, when a school bus plowed off an interstate overpass in Huntsville, Ala., and plunged head first into the pavement below from more than 35 feet in the air.
Vision bolsters loading area view In addition to a new look, the redesigned Vision Type C bus includes such features as a “Safety ...
By Lenny Bernstein
On Nov. 6, retired U.S. Army Gen. Barry R. McCaffrey told a w...
WASHINGTON, D.C. — The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) is urging federal and state governments to prohibit school bus, transit bus and mot...
TOPEKA, Kan. — The number of children killed in school bus loading and unloading accidents dropped by more than a third in the 2005-06 school year.
State directors tackle key operational issues at Kansas City, Mo., conference. Two new players take over as president and executive director.
With school-related violence on the rise and school buses a particular area of concern, school officials return to the question of how to make the bus ride safer. Training, strong prevention policies, technology and creative problem-solving help the cause.
School bus safety is important, but teaching it can be a challenge. Many children just don’t listen to safety lectures, and even when they do, some concepts can be difficult for them to learn.
PONTIAC, Mich. — A motorist who hit and killed a high-school student while illegally passing a school bus was sentenced to seven to 22 1/2 years in prison.
Catastrophic school bus accidents are rare events. But when they do occur, it’s important for the industry to find out what went wrong and how a si...
Although stop-arm violations are a top safety concern for school bus operations across the nation, other transportation-related issues can be just as vexing. The following list identifies the most common challenges pupil transporters face and effective ways of dealing with them.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) reviewed progress and urged further action on its “Most Wanted” list of safety improvements during a public meeting in September.
Although school buses haven’t changed radically in appearance since 1956, the past five decades have brought about tremendous operational and regulatory changes. Here, several of these changes are discussed by the most knowledgeable and respected people in the industry.
Do you think more can be done to educate children about school bus safety? Are evacuation drills enough to keep safety on the minds of active children? Here's what one driver did to make the safety message stick in her passengers' minds.
The Owego Apalachin Central School District’s transportation department has raised the bar with its safety training program by reconfiguring a school bus to create its third SAFE (Student Accident Fire Evacuation) Bus, a mobile training station and classroom.
Ask Texans about the National School Bus Safety Speech Contest, and they will tell you they are excited. Their program has grown greatly in the past few years.
NEWARK VALLEY, N.Y. — A high school student helped to bring a runaway school bus to a safe stop after the driver suffered a heart attack.
ARLINGTON, Va. — The school bus driver in a crash that killed two children last spring was found not guilty of charges of reckless driving and failure to pay attention.
Recognizing that buses are safer than vans for transporting children, Knowledge Learning Corp. (KLC), the largest provider of early childhood care and education programs, is aggressively replacing its vans with buses.
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