The state Senate passes a bill to change a provision that apparently let motorists pass a stopped school bus if they are on the opposite side of a highway divided only by a turn lane.
Pupil transportation's commitment to raise awareness of trafficking is a good reminder of how connected drivers are to their communities, and how crucial they can be to stopping or even preventing these crimes.
Harris County (Ga.) School District staff members practice evacuation procedures for students with various special needs.
Take a look at these fascinating photo submissions from industry personnel and those from the Snapshots department in recent issues of School Bus Fleet.
Gwinnett County Public Schools supplies a nonprofit with 72 buses, drivers, and other staff to drive through Atlanta and raise awareness of the issue.
Darlene Campbell of Georgia earns the HERO award from the Henry County (Ga.) Board of Education for helping a student on her bus who was reportedly having a bad seizure.
Posts on the many tasks involved in being a school bus driver and a petition to make stop-arm running against federal law with steeper penalties drew the most attention on SBF’s blog and social media.
As the Georgia drivers drop off students, their personal vehicles are broken into in the lot where they usually park their cars. DeKalb County School District is working on security enhancements.
Emma McGowan, who drives a special-needs bus for Gwinnett County (Ga.) Public Schools, continues to outrun the competition at the world masters meet.
A state bill signed into law earlier this year modifies requirements for stopping for school buses and decreases fines for some violations.
Award-winning Georgia school districts share details on their efforts to sharpen school bus safety skills.
A Georgia school bus driver shares a letter he wrote appealing to the school board and public to recognize all the tasks involved in being a school bus driver beyond driving, from inspection to cleanup to child care.
The state superintendent presents Georgia’s first Pupil Transportation Safety Awards to eight school districts of various sizes.