The school and commercial bus distributor sells the stock of its company to John McKinney, former president of Navistar’s global bus division, and an investment group led by Brightwater Partners.
School bus video allegedly shows the Illinois aide slapping a 6-year-old student across the face twice. The state attorney’s office is reviewing the incident.
At CUSD 300 in Illinois, the transportation and special-education departments have joined forces to develop new training tools for drivers and aides and to provide a consistent experience for students.
Lawmakers in Illinois, Utah, and Washington are among those considering legislation that would require school buses bought after a certain date to be equipped with seat belts.
Southern Bus & Mobility will be Trans Tech’s exclusive dealer for sales and service of its Type A school buses in Illinois and Missouri.
Orland School District contracts with Cook-Illinois Corp. to transport the district’s students on propane buses.
Jermalde T. Gaines of Illinois gets in an accident while driving a car, finds a school bus in a nearby field, and drives away in it. He is arrested for driving under the influence of drugs and faces several other charges.
Parents express safety concerns about an Illinois school district’s decision to cancel bus service for some students who live within 1.5 miles of their school.
At Sunrise Transportation and other companies throughout his career, Robert Hach has focused on taking care of his people, who in turn take care of the students on their buses.
Cook-Illinois Corp. quadruples its current fleet of propane buses with the addition of the Thomas Built Saf-T-Liner C2 buses.
At Sunrise Transportation and other companies throughout his career, Hach has focused on taking care of his people, who in turn take care of the students on their buses.
The Rockton School Consortium awards the company a two-year contract extension to operate and manage a fleet of more than 80 vehicles that serve 14 schools.
A fire, believed to have been caused by an electrical short circuit, destroyed three Illinois school buses and damaged three others. There were no injuries or service disruptions, but other buses were damaged by the heat.