School districts and transportation operators in the U.S. and Canada got ready for the new school year with safety training events for students and had a little fun along the way.
Salem-Keizer Public Schools has been busy over the past year with numerous initiatives, including replacing a third of its fleet, repaving its drive path and holding fundraisers. Here’s a pictorial recap.
From a clown bus to a stop-arm-equipped motorcycle, take a look through this collection of unusual photos from the world of pupil transportation.
Check out the top shots in the 11th edition of School Bus Fleet's Photo Contest. Readers submitted 81 photos, which were judged by SBF's editors.
Take a look at the workshops, trade show and cowboy-themed banquet at the 2015 Southeastern States Pupil Transportation Conference, held in Arlington, Texas.
Bill Harvey, director of transportation and security for Honeoye Falls-Lima Central School District, told School Bus Fleet he and the bus drivers commit to making safety top of mind for everyone. Check out photos Harvey shared that highlight some of the department's safety practices.
Take a virtual tour of the Thomas Built Buses plant and see some of the new equipment and infrastructure that are part of its $12 million expansion.
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Check out these pictorial highlights from the workshops, the awards program and a new networking session at the Oregon Pupil Transportation Association’s 2015 conference.
Starting with a horse-drawn wagon in 1915, Kickert School Bus Line has been transporting students to school for a full century. Have a look at the company’s vehicles of yesterday and today.
The 16th National Congress on School Transportation, held in Des Moines, Iowa, last week, was the center of lively discussions on critical industry topics. Organizers also held an awards ceremony to honor those who have contributed to the event over the years.
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