The National Association for Pupil Transportation is working with other industry organizations on a campaign to eliminate school transportation-related fatalities by 2025 called “Zip. Zero. Nada. None.”
The National Congress on School Transportation’s writing committees are seeking subject matter experts and public comment as they prepare for the 2020 Congress.
A school bus fire demonstration, sessions and awards addressing safety and training, and a trade show showcasing the latest technology were some of the draws at this year's NAPT and NASDPTS conferences.
The nine winners of the 2018 Don Carnahan Memorial Grant are eligible to receive up to $50,000 in Zonar hardware.
America’s Best competition winners and other student transportation professionals are recognized for training contributions. A student is honored for stepping in when his bus driver had a medical emergency.
A Colorado transportation director discusses with attendees the key leadership skills for keeping drivers on board.
OnCommand Connection electronic Driver Vehicle Inspection Report (eDVIR) is designed to digitally capture and share pre- and post-trip and child check inspections.
The school bus manufacturer will showcase key technological advancements in electric vehicle technology and the newest diesel engines at the association’s trade show on Tuesday.
Missouri firefighters and NAPT staff show how quickly a school bus can catch fire and how long evacuation can take as the association kicks off its annual conference.
Districts, school bus companies, and suppliers hold refresher training, partner with law enforcement, and advocate for key legislation.
Our new editorial team is sure to bring fresh ideas and energy to the venerable School Bus Fleet brand, and they will see to it that we remain your top source for school transportation information.
The safety solutions supplier expands its product offerings to include predictive stop arms, advanced danger zone protection, and around vehicle monitoring with motion detection.
As projects and concepts for autonomous school vehicles move forward, they gather data on use and performance. Pupil transportation leaders see a long road with some hurdles, but remain open to potential benefits.