In most cases on the silver screen, the yellow bus is a bit player rather than the focus. But what if there were a program that gave a genuine look into the world of pupil transportation?
At a school near Sacramento, California, nearly 500 students in yellow “I Love the Bus” T-shirts will hear from various dignitaries about the importance of the yellow bus.
The tire supplier’s #KeepThanksMoving conversation invites people to share their thanks and nominate a bus driver via social media.
After NAPT leads an outcry over the Nissan commercial, which shows a father and son racing a yellow bus to school, the automaker takes it off the air.
Under a proclamation by the governor, the state will recognize its men and women who transport nearly 230,000 students to and from school.
As part of the transportation agency’s preparations for the 2015-16 school year, the initiative aims to accelerate preventive actions and solutions.
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The theme of National School Bus Safety Week this year is “Be smart. Be seen. I wait in a safe place.”
A Nissan commercial that shows a father and son racing a yellow bus to school has sparked a backlash from NAPT and others involved in pupil transportation.
The demonstration day, to be held by the New York School Bus Contractors Association and the Suffolk Region PTA, will highlight safety features on school buses and driver training requirements.
Orange County (Fla.) Public Schools’ entire bus fleet is now powered by B20 biodiesel, which has cut diesel use by 560,000 gallons per year.
North Carolina State Superintendent June Atkinson rides on a school bus and joins drivers for a Love the Bus breakfast sponsored by HSM.
Federal dignitaries join elementary students to celebrate the yellow bus and its vital role in education at the American School Bus Council’s main event for Love the Bus.