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Compartmentalization plus

Rather than resting on the fact that the yellow bus is the long-established safest form of school transportation, we need to be constantly asking ourselves t...

5 incidents that never should have happened

While each of these occurrences involved children being stranded on a school bus, there are unusual — and in some cases even shocking — details i...

Contractors target top issues for 2014

NSTA President Tim Flood points to the challenges of a regulatory environment that he says could hinder the efficiency of contractors’ operations and i...

School bus contractors target top issues for 2014

As contractors gather for NSTA's Midwinter Meeting, they will discuss a plethora of pressing issues. We asked several executives what they see as the top iss...

Stats show safer roads

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA)'s latest Fatality Analysis Reporting System data, there were 33,561 highway deaths in...

Crossing guards at school bus stops?

We have crossing guards to help students safely cross the street around schools. Why not have a built-in crossing guard on every school bus?

Crossing guards at school bus stops?

What if you could have a crossing guard at every school bus stop where young students cross the street? And what if you didn’t have to pay anything ext...

Tap into the benefits of getting certified

There are benefits beyond the educational aspect. A pupil transportation certification can give you an edge over other candidates when applying for a new job...

School buses: no trespassing

As with stop-arm running, an important component in any campaign against school bus trespassing is public awareness. Parents and others need to know that the...

Let's ditch the cowboy terms

It is imperative that the industry emphasize its relevance, its professionalism and its commitment to safety. Calling your transportation facility a “b...

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