STI Cares distributed approximately $70,000 in scholarship grants, over $50,000 in hardship grants, more than $20,000 in charitable donations, and participated in numerous fundraisers.
Gene Kowalczewski will oversee the group's North American school bus operations.
A group of investors purchases all outstanding shares of STI, the third-largest school bus operator in North America.
The instructors are licensed to teach and assist driver applicants in qualifying for a school bus certificate.
North America’s third-largest school bus contractor will be purchased by a group led by CDPQ, STI’s largest shareholder.
More than 170 STI locations will be collecting donations for those in need as part of the “Driving Our Communities” campaign.
A dozen HR directors from Student Transportation of America spend a day picking up debris in a neighborhood that was flooded by Hurricane Harvey.
Patrick Vaughan will lead the new group to focus on Student Transportation Inc.’s core school contracted transportation.
Gregg Peterson retires after 49 years in the school bus industry. He started working for his uncle’s company, Russell Transportation, at 17 years old.
The new 10-year deal makes Duval County Public Schools the contractor’s biggest customer.
In the $3.5 million annual pact with Lackawanna City School District, the contractor will provide transportation services, routing implementation, and 50 new vehicles.
Johnston Community School District’s transportation system, currently owned and operated by the district, will be converted to Student Transportation of America.
The school bus operator’s pact with two Nebraska districts now extends to 2019. David Prince, STA’s general manager of the contract, now takes on broader responsibility.