A school bus tries to cross railroad tracks when the crossing arm goes through the bus, breaks windows, and lands in a student’s lap. No one was injured, but some students might have cuts from the glass.
Ruben Mendoza fights off dogs that he sees attacking a 9-year-old boy while he is driving his after-school bus route. The California Highway Patrol gives him its School Bus Driver of the Year award.
The West Valley School Transportation Agency selects the company to provide special-education school bus transportation to students in San Jose, California.
Lawmakers approved SB 1072, which would require school buses to be equipped with child-check alarms, in response to the death of a special-needs student who had been left on the bus for several hours.
Tumbleweed Transportation will start providing the app to its customers at the start of the 2016-17 school year.
Cherie Daniels and Chris Lowery from Frisco Independent School District take first place in this year’s National Special Needs Team Safety Roadeo.
Check out the people, fleet, and facility at Elk Grove USD’s transportation department — recent winner of ASBC’s School Bus Champion Award.
California substitute bus driver Armando Able Ramirez is charged with dependent abuse for leaving a student with severe autism on a school bus for about seven hours on an extremely hot day in September.
The California Association of School Transportation Officials stressed how critical student transportation professionals are to the state in its annual conference in San Diego.
Cosumnes River is the smallest elementary school in its district, but in February its students showed that they have no shortage of school bus spirit.
Chad Barksdale is appointed transitional executive director for California’s West County Transportation Agency in advance of Mike Rea’s retirement.
The five-year pact with Morongo Unified School District, located in the Mojave Desert, includes new buses with air conditioning and three-point belts.
At ASBC’s Love the Bus event in rural Sloughhouse, California, dignitaries from Congress and the EPA cite the benefits of school buses, and students in yellow T-shirts show their spirit.