Among School Bus Fleet’s web highlights in 2016 were these two popular galleries, which showcased photos of historical school buses and an innovative training workshop.
Di Giacomo is recognized for his contributions to the pupil transportation community during his more than three decades with School Bus Fleet.
There have been many industry developments to cover during School Bus Fleet’s 60 years. But one of the most influential pupil transportation events, organized by Dr. Frank Cyr, occurred 17 years before the magazine’s inception.
Starting on Aug. 13, the Wayne County (Ind.) Historical Museum’s exhibit will feature memorabilia from Wayne Works.
SBF will mark its 60th anniversary in an upcoming issue. Readers can join the celebration by contributing a vintage photo or a comment about the future of school transportation.
Roger Timmons was excited for his first ride on a school bus on Monday — at 90 years old. The World War II veteran never got to ride a yellow bus as a kid.
Past and current leaders of Thomas Built Buses discuss how play-inspiring streetcars, family legacies, and a timely switch to yellow bus manufacturing all figure in to the company’s compelling history.
As the school bus OEM marks its 100th anniversary this year, this pictorial gives a brief overview of the company’s history, including streetcars, buses, and company leaders.
The landmark Saf-T-Liner C2 goes to Bishop Bus Service in Maryland. Thomas Built has another upcoming milestone: its 100th anniversary.
Lois King, a driver for Fauquier County (Va.) Public Schools since 1960, shares her strategy for behavior management and the reason she started shuttling students.
Wolfington, who washed buses as a teen and later took the reins of his family’s school bus business, Wolfington Body Co., died on Thursday at age 75.