Management

Input Needed for School District Fleet Survey

Thomas McMahon
Posted on September 11, 2017
SBF’s 2017 School District Survey covers such timely topics as school bus driver shortage, new bus buying, and changes in transportation service levels.
SBF’s 2017 School District Survey covers such timely topics as school bus driver shortage, new bus buying, and changes in transportation service levels.

School Bus Fleet’s annual School District Survey is underway, and we need transportation directors and managers to give us their input.

The survey covers a variety of timely topics, including school bus driver shortage, driver pay, new bus buying, and changes in transportation service levels.

One transportation official per school district can fill out the questionnaire here. (Districts that completed SBF's recent Top 100 survey don't need to fill out this one as well.)

The deadline for responses is Friday, Sept. 22. Results will appear in the November issue of SBF.

Related Topics: alternative fuels, driver recruitment/retention, driver shortage

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