Josh Ricker and Jim Riley are named VPs for the firm, which provides fleet management solutions for school transportation.
Jack Shaw, executive director of the American Blockchain Council, will discuss the use of technology in student transportation.
The xFE (extra fuel economy) technology is now available for Allison’s 1000 and 2000 Series transmissions.
The Tennessee district teams up with Synovia Solutions to equip all of its buses with GPS. Sumner will also use the Here Comes the Bus app.
The medium-duty diesel engine is expected to boost fuel economy, reliability, and serviceability, according to the manufacturer.
The director of transportation at Columbia County (Ga.) School District discusses his background and the changes he has brought to his department.
Atlanta Public Schools recruited new technicians and fleet managers with a variety of mechanical backgrounds, which has fostered better group problem solving.
Schetky Northwest Bus Sales sees improvements in efficiency and customer experience through the certification program for Thomas dealers.
Edmond Public Schools consolidates some bus stops and cuts courtesy service to neighborhoods within 1 mile of a school.
Boston Public Schools plans to consolidate numerous school bus routes this fall, which will result in the layoff of dozens of drivers. The move is expected to save the district up to $5 million.
IC Bus parent company’s Accelerator Write-Up app receives the Axway Innovation Award for its use of Axway’s app development product to improve customer outcomes.
The president of Suffolk Transportation Service in New York wins School Bus Fleet’s annual honor for exemplary private operators.
State inspectors are now using tablets to inspect buses and report results electronically, making the process more efficient.