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Trans Tech Bus aids Hurricane Sandy victims
November 6, 2012
The Type A school bus manufacturer organizes a “Stuff the Bus” event that will run through Nov. 13 to collect nonperishable items that will be delivered to charities and shelters that are helping people affected by the super storm.
Is your school district prepared for super-fog?
July 17, 2012

Super-fog is a combination of smoke and early morning water vapor that produces zero visibility over roadways. When it impacts a Florida operation, buses are convoyed out of the terminals until they reach a clear area, and a “pre-warning” procedure is developed.

Special Report: 2 Years After Katrina
October 1, 2007

Among the vast destruction wrought by Hurricane Katrina two years ago, one of the iconic images was a flooded lot filled with hundreds of school buses...

Buses to the rescue
October 1, 2005

As the storm waters recede in the Katrina-battered Gulf Coast, we should not forget that the disaster's effects will linger for years. The physical de...

An evacuation to remember
October 1, 2005

The following is an account of one school district’s efforts to help evacuate people from New Orleans in the wake of Hurricane Katrina. It was writ...

In the eye of the hurricane
October 1, 2005

The mad rush out of Katrina-devastated New Orleans in early September was facilitated by hundreds of school buses and motorcoaches from all over the c...

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