Sherry Lund of Utah was reportedly seen passed out near her school bus on the side of the road in March. She has been charged with DUI and reckless endangerment and has resigned.
In Precious Cargo, Toronto writer Craig Davidson recounts the experiences he had during the year he spent as a school bus driver for five special-needs students.
The West Valley School Transportation Agency selects the company to provide special-education school bus transportation to students in San Jose, California.
Winners and runners-up of the Cypress-Fairbanks Independent School District School Bus Safety Road-e-o competition qualify for the region’s school bus safety competition.
The biennial event will be held April 16 to 21 in Winnipeg. Sessions will cover such topics as Canadian standards, special needs, and alternative fuels.
Lawmakers approved SB 1072, which would require school buses to be equipped with child-check alarms, in response to the death of a special-needs student who had been left on the bus for several hours.
An electronic version of the National School Transportation Specifications and Procedures document that has revisions highlighted is available to state directors of pupil transportation for the first time.
A 7-year-old girl in Washington falls to the floor and suffers minor injuries while still in her wheelchair, which was not properly secured.
Transporting special-needs students, new inspection rules, and active shooter training were key topics covered at the California Association of School Transportation Officials’ annual conference.
Cherie Daniels and Chris Lowery from Frisco Independent School District take first place in this year’s National Special Needs Team Safety Roadeo.
California substitute bus driver Armando Able Ramirez is charged with dependent abuse for leaving a student with severe autism on a school bus for about seven hours on an extremely hot day in September.
Leonard Bus Sales wins the Type A school bus manufacturer’s top dealer honor for the third year in a row.
The California Association of School Transportation Officials stressed how critical student transportation professionals are to the state in its annual conference in San Diego.
The Saf-T-Anchor Removable Seat (S.T.A.R.S.) system is designed to enable easier removal and installation of passenger seats for special-needs students.
Police say that the two admitted to having a student deactivate the child reminder device on their bus before they arrived at school.