The Pennsylvania School Bus Association and Keystone Insurers Group partner for $30,000 in annual grant opportunities for association members.
Sessions at the Oregon Pupil Transportation Association event cover such compelling issues as missed bus stops, stop-arm running, and crashes with stationary objects. New school buses and a scenic river also catch attendees' attention.
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.
This year's conference will include three keynote speakers, new “NextPloratory Sessions,” workshops on a wide range of topics, and a one-day trade show.
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.
The School Transport & Safety Expo 2017 will bring together school bus dealers and school transportation solutions suppliers, and will run from May 7 to 9.
School transportation providers from across the state gather in Anaheim to kick off the annual California Association of School Transportation Officials conference.
Security demonstrations, driver shortage discussions, and a Boston Marathon bombing survivor were among the standouts at the school bus industry events in Kansas City. Check out our shots from the conference halls and the city beyond.
In addition to explaining school bus occupant protection, the video examines three recent crashes that the National Transportation Safety Board has investigated.
The new diesel engine, equipped with Detroit Connect Virtual Technician, will be available for order in 2018.
BrightSync’s intelligent electrical control panel is designed to sync engine block heater activation based on outside temperature, calendar day, start time, duration, and zone control to save power usage.
Kimberly Bish, whose daughter Danielle has a seizure assistance dog, discusses her training efforts with Ohio school bus drivers.
More than 30 school districts receive up to $50,000 each for school bus security, safety, and efficiency technology hardware.