The Wisconsin driver is taken to the hospital with minor injuries after he veers off of a sharp curve in foggy conditions and his bus rolls over and comes to rest on its side in a corn field. No students were aboard.
Bob Zanotti becomes Go Riteway’s first non-family leader since Roland and Pearl Bast founded the company in 1957 with four school buses.
Steve McKinnon joins the Wisconsin company’s safety team as regional safety manager.
Larry Leverton took a job driving school buses in 1957 after a layoff. Known for his dedication, he doesn’t plan to quit anytime soon.
Jesse Kauffman of Wisconsin places a 72-passenger school bus atop an old gas station tank to serve as a deer stand using equipment from his excavation business.
One of Wisconsin-based Dousman Transport’s bus terminals and about 34 school buses are destroyed. The terminal is being considered a crime scene, officials say.
As a 12-year-old boy in Wisconsin walks home from the first day of school, he crosses an intersection and is hit and killed by a school bus, which is making a turn into the intersection.
A new regulation requires Wisconsin school buses built after Jan. 1, 2005, to have amber lights to alert motorists that the bus is about to stop.
Donald Arndt began working for Marion (Wis.) School District in 1960, first as a technician and then as a school bus driver.
Houser, who has served as executive director of the Wisconsin School Bus Association since 2014, will join NASDPTS as administrative and membership services director.
Keyona Vines of Wisconsin started Kiddie Mobile in July. The service operates on a pre-pay system, gives parents flexibility in scheduling rides and records all trips with a dash camera.
As his driver was having an asthma attack, 9-year-old Jayden Jaramillo sprang into action and radioed the bus company.
The bus had pieces of corn stalks hanging from its undercarriage when police located it. The driver had children on board and was allegedly impaired.