Saratoga Springs City School District adds Tyler Drive, which provides directions and other route and ridership information. The system also includes a parent portal.
The New York Association for Pupil Transportation supports the legislation, which responds to instances of school bus driver DUIs.
Cuomo’s 2018 agenda includes initiatives to address illegal passing, replacement of old buses, and bullying.
The New York School Bus Contractors Association presents a new award to First Student’s Bobby DeLee, who evacuated his passengers after smelling smoke.
State Sen. Jeff Klein is recognized for supporting safe student transportation and tougher penalties for passing stopped school buses.
Venecia Bisono of New York is arrested after allegedly leaving a 4-year-old on a school bus for six hours. She is charged with failure to exercise control of a minor and reckless endangerment.
School bus drivers who work for contractors in the state can now administer epinephrine auto-injectors for students who have allergy attacks.
Leonard Bus Sales of New York’s “Giving Thanks and Giving Back” includes a program that provides meals to children in need, a holiday canned food drive, and annual direct contributions to food banks.
Drivers will receive more pay, sick leave, and increased retirement plan contributions in the new contract with Baumann & Sons Buses.
The New York School Bus Contractors Association calls for school buses to be included in a proposed bus lane for the new Governor Mario M. Cuomo Bridge.
The former NYAPT president and district director will manage the 19-A program and personnel for the Pupil Transportation Safety Institute.
Robert Pape of Dell Transportation is named NYSBCA Contractor of the Year. Former state director Mary Sansaricq is honored posthumously.
Two children and two adults on a school bus are injured in the deadly truck attack in New York City that authorities are calling an act of terrorism.