Oak Hill Capital Partners will be the new owner of Safe Fleet, whose brands provide a variety of equipment for school buses.
The van is shown on video apparently passing the bus illegally just before two elementary school students cross in front of it in the Pennsylvania incident.
SBF’s monthly “BUSting Up” cartoon targets the humorous side of pupil transportation. The June through December 2017 entries cover “green” buses, budget woes, and a giant stop arm.
The resource is part of Safe Kids Worldwide’s “Take Action Toolkit: How to Fix an Unsafe School Zone.”
Zonar Coach is an advanced driver assistance system that can identify proper and risky driving behavior and provide instruction to drivers in real time.
Education associations, school systems, and other organizations join Traffic Safety Coalition in calling for a full Assembly floor vote on two school bus stop-arm camera bills.
Englander, who shaped Rosco Inc. into a major supplier of mirrors and digital vision systems, passed away on Feb. 2.
Gatekeeper installs its stop-arm video enforcement system on Chattooga County School District’s buses that cover routes with the highest violation rates.
A special-needs student in Michigan attacks a boy with autism twice, leaving a scar on his cheek, video shows. The boy’s parents say they were not initially told about the incident.
The lawsuit involved Rosco’s patented technology for its MOR-Vision Mirror/Monitor Combo Backup Camera System for school buses.
The 40,000-square-foot facility in Dothan, Alabama, serves as the new headquarters for the mobile video surveillance supplier.
For stop-arm running cases in which the driver can’t be identified in camera footage, a new state law allows for civil penalties for the owner of the vehicle.
SmartDrive video gives bus drivers and managers insight and analysis designed to help save fuel, reduce maintenance expenses, and improve driver behavior.