School Bus Contractors

REMINDER: We want your input for our Contractor Survey

Posted on May 7, 2014
Photo by Pamela Iberer

Photo by Pamela Iberer

TORRANCE, Calif. — It’s time for SCHOOL BUS FLEET’s 2014 Contractor Survey.

Last year’s survey covered such topics as school bus driver shortage, security training for bus drivers and PA systems on school buses.

This year, we’ve touched on some of those topics, and we’re also asking questions related to bus driver recruitment, federal regulations impacting pupil transportation and cutting costs.

Managers and executives at school bus companies are encouraged to participate.

To fill out the survey, click here.

The deadline to submit responses is Friday, May 9.

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