A 15-year-old in Grants Pass, Oregon, is waiting for his school bus when a pickup truck veers onto the sidewalk and knocks him to the ground.
The company’s new facility in Portland has capacity for up to 500 units, including gas and diesel engines, transmissions, and differentials.
Behavior on the bus, autism, and bullying prevention are among the topics covered in an OPTA training event.
The Beaverton School District's transportation department is now offering the My Stop bus tracking app from Versatrans.
Among School Bus Fleet’s web highlights in 2016 were these two popular galleries, which showcased photos of historical school buses and an innovative training workshop.
With a heightened shortage of bus drivers, Salem-Keizer Public Schools overhauls its approach to recruitment. Collaborating with other district departments, developing an attractive brand, and streamlining the hiring process are key steps.
New riders, kindergarten students, and their families can learn about bus safety and take a spin on a Bend-La Pine Schools bus.
The transportation staff at Redmond (Ore.) School District helps out hungry community members by hosting two food drive days.
Oregon, Washington, and Texas drivers take the top spots in the small bus, conventional bus, and transit categories.
The Gresham-Barlow School District awards the company a new two-year contract to manage and operate its school bus routes, extending their 50-year partnership.
NAFTC’s free, three-day training course will be offered in Oklahoma, North Carolina, and Oregon over the next few months.
Overturned school buses, under-the-influence goggles and a smoke-filled bus were among the engaging exercises at the OPTA South Willamette chapter's training event.
The school bus operator wins its second contract in the state: a five-year pact to provide transportation for Tigard-Tualatin School District.