Four Durham School Services drivers stepped up to help after the mass shooting that killed 14 people on Dec. 2, shuttling survivors from the scene to designated safe areas.
Los Angeles Unified School District receives a threat it deems credible to several unspecified schools. School buses have been recalled to bus yards due to the school closures.
The Napa, California, school bus driver is transporting 28 students when her bus bottoms out while turning around. An officer observes signs of intoxication on the driver.
Adomani will be an authorized factory representative for Type A, C and D all-electric school buses manufactured by Canada-based GreenPower Motor Co.
A state panel denied Frederick Woods parole for the 14th time due to disciplinary infractions that demonstrate continued criminal thinking, authorities say. He will be able to seek parole again in three years.
Frederick Woods, one of three men convicted in the 1976 kidnapping of 26 children and their school bus driver, has a parole hearing scheduled for Thursday. A congresswoman and a retired state appellate judge say that he has served enough time.
Whether it's saving money on fuel or keeping an important event afloat, Pam McDonald knows how to make it happen: partnerships. The longtime pupil transportation leader has helped strengthen the industry by building vital connections with colleagues and suppliers.
Several school bus-related projects are among those awarded grants to retrofit and replace old diesel vehicles and equipment.
Will students wear the seat belts or use them as weapons? Does the added cost lead to cuts in school bus service? And what about the impact on emergency evacuations? Transportation directors with years of three-point belt use on their buses share their insights.
Adomani Inc. and A-Z Bus Sales form an agreement to convert and maintain hybrid and all-electric school bus fleets.
After a transportation supervisor retires from Mojave Unified School District and a department restructuring, the drivers moved into administrative positions.
Pupil Transportation Cooperative in California will push for electronic notification devices in its buses and have two adults monitor every bus to make sure no student is left on board following the death of a student on one of its buses last week.
A 19-year-old student was found dead in an empty school bus in California, and his family believes he was left in the bus all day. He was severely autistic and nonverbal, and may have stayed on the bus because he was waiting for a cue, family members say.