Winners of the association’s 2017 honors include Barry Stock of Landmark Student Transportation, Kyle Martin of TransPar, and Manuel Vasquez of First Student.
The school bus company will transport more than 100 students for Salem School District starting with the 2017-18 school year.
The contractor will begin serving Keystone Oaks School District in August. The agreement calls for 21 buses transporting approximately 750 students.
The school bus company is honored with an award for its maintenance program in Spokane, Washington, and receives a 100% score on an inspection of one of its Minnesota fleets.
The contractor expands in New England with an agreement to operate 23 buses for transporting North Providence School Department students.
The Arc of Spokane presented the school bus company with the 2017 Champion of the Arc Employer Award for promoting employment among people with developmental disabilities.
Brad Miller, who works for Durham School Services’ Indianapolis location, and Ian Moulaison at Stock Transportation in Halifax, Nova Scotia, earn the certification.
Dana Alvez, a lead maintenance technician for Durham School Services in Pennsylvania, is now an ASE master school bus technician.
The federal investigative agency finishes gathering evidence at the scene of the fatal school bus crash, although the driver declined an interview.
In a video statement, David Duke of Durham School Services issues an emotional apology to the families impacted by the crash, in which five students were killed.
The company receives a score of 100% from Michigan State Police for its fleet of 25 buses that serve Royal Oak School District.
Durham School Services has created “Rollin’ With Safety,” which gives students and parents school bus safety tips.
Note: An earlier version of this story, based on a press release, stated that two of Durham School Services' locations received perfect fleet inspection scores. Although the Ottumwa, Iowa, location received no out-of-service deficiencies, three 30-day cosmetic issues were found.