Management

Editor’s Picks 2017: Videos of the Year

Posted on December 22, 2017
Dean Transportation's video on the use of virtual reality technology to supplement training and provide more of a “real-world” experience was one of the standout videos posted on SBF's website in 2017.
Dean Transportation's video on the use of virtual reality technology to supplement training and provide more of a “real-world” experience was one of the standout videos posted on SBF's website in 2017.

A demonstration of virtual reality technology used in training and a PSA with kids playing motorists who passed stopped school buses were a couple of School Bus Fleet’s web highlights in 2017. Here are details on these two popular videos.

Contractor Rolls Out Virtual Reality Training

Michigan’s Dean Transportation has begun using virtual reality technology to supplement training and provide more of a “real-world” experience to school bus drivers and attendants. Watch the video here.

No Excuses for Illegally Passing a School Bus

Why do drivers pass stopped school buses? In this clever PSA from Northampton, Massachusetts, kids play the role of stop-arm runner and recite the many lame excuses police have heard. Watch the video here.

Related Topics: driver training, Michigan, stop-arm running/illegal passing, Year in Review

Comments ( 0 )
More Stories
Carpinteria (Calif.) Unified School District school bus drivers transported critical personnel during deadly mudslides in January 2018. Shown here is driver Jose Ochoa.
News

Editor’s Picks 2018: Photo Galleries of the Year

School Bus Fleet’s standout web content this year included shots of past and present state directors and California school bus drivers transporting school staff after mudslides struck their area.

A story about a motorist who was arrested for allegedly failing to stop for a school bus was the most-viewed news item on the SBF website this year. The screenshot above is from bus video posted on Missouri’s Parkway School District’s Facebook page.
News

Top 5 Most-Viewed News Stories of 2018

News that drew the most traffic on the School Bus Fleet website this year covered illegal school bus passing, a petition for tougher penalties on stop-arm running, and student and driver fatalities in the danger zone.

An article about how to keep school buses and sites secure was the most-viewed feature on the SBF website this year. Photo courtesy National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
News

Top 5 Most-Viewed Feature Articles of 2018

Feature articles that drew the most traffic on the School Bus Fleet website in 2018 included tips on school bus safety, electric school buses, and student behavior management.

Be the First to Know

Get the latest news and most popular articles from SBF delivered straight to your inbox. Stay on top of the school bus industry and don't miss a thing!