The latest national report shows that in three of the fatal incidents, the school bus had its stop arm extended and its red lights activated when it was passed by a vehicle that struck a student.
The company has updated its Danger Zones Training Program to re-emphasize the need for bus drivers to ensure that students are following proper crossing procedures.
David Christopher steps into the role of executive director of the New York Association for Pupil Transportation as Peter Mannella moves into a part-time role in retirement.
Driver safety training provider Smith System introduces "Driving Weather," which offers steps drivers can take to adapt their driving habits during adverse weather conditions.
The Florida driver transports the 17-year-old boy, who is shot in the chest near his bus stop, to a nearby fire station. The driver is credited with potentially saving the boy’s life.
DATTCO introduces two new components to its bus driver safety training: active shooter and school bus security awareness.
Dr. Tammy Knipp, Tennessee's state director of student transportation, discusses her background and her role in overseeing school bus safety, training standards, and regulation compliance.
Police find that the school bus driver failed to stop at a stop sign before colliding with a pickup truck. Three students sustain serious injuries.
Invited to address truck drivers and other staff at Intermountain Gas Co., an Idaho student transportation expert explains the importance of stopping for school buses.
After a threat is called in, the driver pulls over, and a bomb squad clears the bus. Massachusetts police say a student will be charged.
A police presentation on active shooters was among issues covered in Shenendehowa Central Schools’ safety meeting for transportation staff.
Some 500 drivers and other staff prepare for the new year at St. Lucie Public Schools’ in-service training, with the motivational theme “Hop on the Energy Bus.”
A new training program, Busing on the Lookout, is now required for the state's 9,000 school bus drivers to help them recognize signs of human trafficking in student riders.