It’s an ongoing debate: which fuel type provides the lowest total cost of ownership (TCO) to school bus fleets? Opinions abound on all sides of the matter.
The IC Bus parent company recognizes suppliers that exceeded performance expectations for quality, delivery, technology, and cost.
Guilford County (N.C.) Schools has used the school bus OEM’s $100,000 contribution for STEM programs, a gym floor replacement, and other efforts.
Thomas Jason Ruchotzke allegedly steals a school bus from a residence. He is charged with operating a vehicle without the owner’s consent, criminal mischief in the third degree, and driving with a suspended license.
The 6-year-old North Dakota boy runs into the road toward his bus, which has its stop arm out, when he is hit by a car. He is hospitalized for non-life threatening injuries.
Franceille Fleurine of Massachusetts reportedly strikes two trees, smashing the back window of the bus, and then continues to drive her route.
The new benefit for a drivers’ union in Chicago requires that they show up for work the day after the big game.
The Reason Foundation’s Annual Highway Report finds that North Dakota and Kansas have the nation’s most cost-effective highway systems, while New Jersey and Rhode Island have the worst.
Lehnert and his brother Ed launched the company in 1979 to supply bus air-conditioning systems to the transportation industry.
First Student and the drivers’ union agree on a contract that includes expanded health care coverage for bus drivers and their families and a pension plan, ending a nine-day strike.
A new 1,200-gallon diesel exhaust fluid system enables Maconaquah School Corp. to improve access for drivers while saving money on the fluid by buying in bulk.
Leverne Doran gets one day of unsupervised probation for obstructing a school bus driver. Charges of malicious destruction of property, disorderly conduct, and disturbing the peace were dropped.
One bill would cut training hours needed for CDL holders and those approved to operate a school bus. Another would allow bus ads.
T/CCI’s new compressors target trends in bus manufacturing, growing demand.
The student reportedly yells at school staff from the roof of the bus, climbs back in, and then flees.
Peter Rego takes on the position of chief commercial officer USA for the bus manufacturer.