An Ohio school bus driver begins her morning route and is attacked by the suspect, who boarded the bus the night before, police say. Hilliard City Schools takes immediate security measures.
GLENVIEW, Ill. — Navman Wireless has partnered with TransitPro Logistics to provide a fully integrated fleet tracking and Medicaid billing solution for school transportation departments.
The partnership automates all aspects of the data gathering and billing process, including documentation of pupil pickup and drop-off.
The joint solution allows bus drivers to record pupil pickup and drop-off information in real time with a tap on a Navman Wireless terminal installed in the vehicle. That data is automatically transmitted to Navman Wireless’ OnlineAVL2 software and then processed through TransitPro’s solution, which completes all administrative processes associated with applying for Medicaid reimbursement, including confirmation of each pupil’s Medicaid and special-needs transportation eligibility.
“Combining our fleet tracking solution with TransitPro’s technology streamlines the entire Medicaid reimbursement filing process, from creating a verifiable record of each pupil’s transportation to and from school for each day to preparing the necessary documents,” said Renaat Ver Eecke, vice president and general manager at Navman Wireless North America.
Ver Eecke also said that the company expects the solution to help schools "significantly increase" their reimbursement rates.
The Core Advantage Program is designed to help fleet managers cut costs by tracking and returning parts at the end of their product life for remanufacturing.
After ending a contract with a transportation company, Rockwood School District acquires its own fleet of 164 Blue Bird diesel school buses.
Dashcam footage shows an apparently impatient BMW driver speed up in an attempt to pass a moving school bus, only to end up on top of a concrete barrier.
The Texas school transportation agency’s event will cover such topics as safety innovations, emergency resources, training and education, and communications.
Amid a reported rise in prescription drug misuse and illicit drug abuse in the general workforce, school transportation providers stay vigilant with up-to-date training, education, and wellness efforts.
An event at the Governor’s Residence highlights school bus safety issues and recognizes winners of the state’s poster contest and safety competition.
The initial rollout will showcase companies in such areas as attendance, camera technology, GPS, fleet maintenance, and parent portal.
The New York School Bus Contractors Association holds a variety of school bus safety events throughout the state and renews its call for stiffer penalties for drivers who illegally pass stopped school buses.
NAPT and SBF are researching issues related to school bus driver shortage. Transportation directors and hiring managers are asked to complete a survey on the subject. The deadline is Monday.
Tod Eskra takes the reins of the school bus fleet management services firm, which is a member of the TransPar Group of Companies.
This powerful PSA tells the heartbreaking story of 12-year-old Adam Kempf, who was fatally struck by a van while crossing the street to board his school bus in 2012.
During School Bus Safety Week, state troopers are riding on or following school buses to catch motorists who illegally pass them.
A 15-year-old in Pennsylvania said he was hit with a metal rod while waiting for his bus. Authorities say his fabricated story brought in more than $4,000 in donations on GoFundMe.
The new edition of National School Transportation Specifications and Procedures incorporates updates that were adopted at the 2015 industry congress.