In Valdosta, Georgia, a tractor-trailer carrying metal beams collides with a school bus. More than a dozen students are injured in the crash — one fatally.
The Peaceful School Bus program at two Connecticut schools brings drivers and students together to discuss rules for behavior on the bus, aiming to create a cooperative relationship between them.
Lawmakers approve SB 1072, which would require school buses in the state to be equipped with child-check alarms. Gov. Jerry Brown has until Sept. 30 to act on the bill.
The nation lost 35,092 people in traffic crashes in 2015 — a 7.2% increase compared to the previous year, according to federal data.
The grants go to police agencies to pay for education programs and for officer overtime to patrol when school buses are on the road.
Students claim the Tennessee driver played the game while driving, and she is placed on leave. Bus video reportedly shows no evidence of that, but it does show her letting a parent board the bus.
BusWest increases service efficiencies and earns the certification from the school bus manufacturer.
Durham School Services will use the new propane buses to serve Waterbury (Conn.) Public Schools.
Starcraft Bus, Elkhart Coach, and Glaval Bus place first, second, and third for the first time ever for the month of July as Ford’s top volume pool accounts.
A new regulation requires Wisconsin school buses built after Jan. 1, 2005, to have amber lights to alert motorists that the bus is about to stop.
A fire at Puyallup (Wash.) School District's bus facility damages more than 28 new school buses. Nearly 70 employees are evacuated, and no one is injured.
The light truck adapter features a wide reach and a short standing height, allowing it to fit under a variety of light duty vehicles.
Leslie Kilgore, a 20-year veteran of General Motors, will oversee the development of new technologies for Thomas Built.
The former NHTSA safety standards engineer, who died on Aug. 13, was regarded for his expertise and guidance for the pupil transportation industry.
Staff members of Concord (Mich.) Public Schools find flattened tires on 10 school buses, leaving a significant portion of the fleet inoperable.