By Claire Atkinson, Senior Editor
The most common reasons for school bus operations to fence off or otherwise secure the bus yard are vandalism and theft, particularly of two-way r...
Ask the Experts: Why GPS?
For school transportation operations, GPS offers the potential to increase efficiency and security, but it also raises a number of questions for thos...
2010 Emission Standards: What Are Your Options?
For 2010, North American bus customers will have two choices to be compliant: they can either buy an all-new, add-on after-treatment system using SCR in addition to EGR, which will be offered by most bus manufacturers. Or, they can continue to use an in-cylinder solution with advanced EGR, offered by Navistar in its IC Bus brand school and commercial buses.
A lack of understanding
Ninety-one percent. That’s the landslide of voters in our latest Web Poll who either agreed or strongly agreed that, in general, the public does not understand how safe school bus transportation is.
Tires: past, present and future
It is probably safe to say that most people take tires for granted. Contrasted with the late 1800s, when the first pneumatic tire was developed, t...
Keeping a close watch
School bus drivers are often
called the “eyes and ears”
of their communities. That
was certainly true in the case of
13-year-old Alexis “Lexie” Gl...