Display and lighting technology supplier Luminator Technology Group and video surveillance equipment supplier Apollo Video Technology will collaborate to enhance their services.
Five Iowa districts that tested supplemental warning lights on school buses have seen stop-arm violations drop by at least 50%.
A new regulation requires Wisconsin school buses built after Jan. 1, 2005, to have amber lights to alert motorists that the bus is about to stop.
A new LED kit from Rotary lift illuminates the work area for technicians working on buses and trucks on heavy-duty vehicle lifts.
As part of an additional lighting proposal in a bill presented by Rep. Holly Hughes, 10 districts are collecting data on an LED message alert system installed on their buses to see if it reduces pass-bys.
Arkansas becomes the 15th state to allow the Gardian Angel safety lighting system for use on school buses.
Idaho becomes the 14th state to allow the Gardian Angel safety lighting system for use on school buses.
With the move, the Type A school bus manufacturer consolidates lighting purchases, transitioning from six lighting suppliers to one.
The Gardian Angel safety lighting system is now allowed for use on school buses in Wisconsin, Missouri, Texas and Alaska.
The proposed bill calls for brighter and more visible lighting so drivers sharing the road are more clearly notified when the bus is slowing down, according to Michigan State Rep. Holly Hughes.
Nevada becomes the sixth state to allow Gardian Angel, which uses a white flood light to illuminate the path for students to cross the street.
The module turns on and off all chassis-controlled exterior lights, enabling a solo operator to confirm that the lights are working properly before starting a trip.
Colorado becomes the seventh state to allow Gardian Angel, which uses a white flood light to illuminate the path for students to cross the street.