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Want to Switch Seats?
September 1, 2004

When it comes to school bus seating, "comfortable" hasn't historically topped the list of descriptions. Neither has style, as some might say they tend...

Detection system senses children in danger zone
September 1, 2004

Because safety in the loading and unloading zone remains a top concern for school bus operators, many are beginning to use new devices to detect the p...

Idaho license plates to bear safety message
September 1, 2004

BOISE, Idaho — The Idaho State Department of Education has helped to launch an innovative campaign that involves the sale of specialized motor-vehicle...

LED Trend Glows Brighter in School Buses
September 1, 2004

Lighting systems on school buses play a critical role in ensuring the highest levels of safety for passengers, drivers and other motorists. It's not s...

Safety in numbers?
August 1, 2004

Each August, we put together an editorial package that focuses on school bus safety. This year is no exception, but we’ve got a heftier package than n...

Extending Safety Margins Around School Buses
August 1, 2004

It would be easy to take for granted the safety equipment that has become commonplace on the exterior of school buses — stop arms, eight-way light sys...

A Wide-Angle View of Video Surveillance
August 1, 2004

Video cameras on school buses always seemed like an unnecessary expense to Monica Coburn — until she became the transportation manager of a school dis...

How to Reduce Your Accident Rate
August 1, 2004

Accident reduction programs are often implemented after there has been a devastating accident in the operation. To proactively attempt to reduce accid...

Rage Against the Machine: Disarming Hostile People
August 1, 2004

School bus drivers should not need to worry about being attacked on the job, especially by parents. After all, these drivers are paid to protect their...

Feds update 15-passenger van alerts
August 1, 2004

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Schools using 15-passenger vans were further warned of the inherent rollover risk of vans transporting students in lieu of t...

NASDPTS issues reports on school bus security
August 1, 2004

THE PLAINS, Va. — The National Association of State Directors of Pupil Transportation Services (NASDPTS) has released two reports addressing se...

Bus A/C Delivers More Integrated, Safer Products
June 1, 2004

As technology improves and demand for chilled school buses rises, more and more of the yellow vehicles are being outfitted with air conditioning syste...

Effective Ways to Train Drivers on Rail-Crossing Safety
June 1, 2004

The need for transportation managers to emphasize rail-crossing safety in school bus driver training is imperative. Drivers must be taught that one mi...

Ninth-grader wins state bus safety speech title
June 1, 2004

OKLAHOMA CITY — With a speech titled “Do I Have to Ride the Bus Today?,” a ninth-grade student won the fifth annual Oklahoma State School Bus S...

Student's quick thinking saves lives
April 1, 2004

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — An 11-year-old boy has been hailed as a hero after he prevented a bus from crashing into trees and landing in a creek when th...

Updated van use survey released
April 1, 2004

THE PLAINS, Va. — A state-by-state survey on the use of 12- and 15-passenger vans to transport students to and from school or on school-related...

Bus bond falls 9 votes short
April 1, 2004

MACOMB, Okla. — By a mere nine votes, voters failed to pass a school bond that would have financed the purchase of three buses to replace the o...

New guidance on 'crashed' car seats offered by NHTSA
April 1, 2004

WASHINGTON, D.C. — After performing research on child safety seat performance, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has f...

9 votes shy of a load
April 1, 2004

Nine votes. That’s what it came down to in Macomb, Okla., in a November 2003 bond measure that would have allowed the local school district to purchas...

Bus driver pleads guilty in Tennessee rail tragedy
March 1, 2004

BENTON, Tenn. — Rhonda Cloer, the driver in a Tennga, Ga., school bus accident in which three children were killed, has been sentenced to a four-year ...

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