The school bus routing software developer marks the occasion by celebrating its staff members’ dedication and continuing to keep pace with ever-changing technology.
Cherokee County School District will roll out the Versatrans My Stop system to three schools next week.
Ron Cordova, Zonar’s newest compliance manager, has nearly 25 years of experience in commercial vehicle safety.
The supplier is the bronze winner of the 2017 Best in Biz Awards for Best Place to Work in the medium companies category.
Zonar Verify provides daily routing and student rider information directly to the school bus driver.
The new TireVigil Cloud Service offers fleets continuous visibility of their vehicles and tires and the ability to prioritize and schedule service.
The integration will help streamline maintenance and driver vehicle inspection report handling, according to the companies.
State inspectors are now using tablets to inspect buses and report results electronically, making the process more efficient.
Products from CI Solutions, which creates and manages student ID cards and tracking systems, are integrated with Transfinder’s as a part of Marketplace, which is designed to help districts boost efficiency.
The school bus contractor is using an analytics platform from ByteCurve to enhance data analysis at its operations.
The software developer selects Kecia Ling, the director of transportation operations at Savannah-Chatham County (Ga.) Public School System, for building routes for over 26,000 students in four months and overcoming transportation challenges during Hurricane Matthew.
The school bus routing software developer’s eighth Annual Client Summit begins in Austin, Texas. More than 250 school transportation officials from 36 states and two Canadian provinces are slated to attend.
Duncan, who recently retired from Washoe County (Nev.) School District, will help new clients implement Tyler’s transportation solutions.