The Virginia bus driver evacuates students after the driver of a dump truck hits the bus from behind, causing it to flip onto its side. Five students and the bus driver suffer minor injuries.
A school bus is transporting 33 students from Dinwiddie County (Va.) Public Schools when a motorist crashes into the bus. Several students on board and the motorist suffered minor injuries.
A new contract brings more than 1,000 Washington, D.C.-area bus drivers and attendants to pay parity with other government employees by the next fiscal year.
More than 5,000 drivers have been caught on camera and fined for illegally passing Richmond Public Schools buses.
Mary Bennette-Browing of Virginia asks her homeowner’s association to reconsider a request to allow a school bus to drive into the private community to pick up her two children, who have special needs.
Tony Dane of Virginia is convicted of involuntary manslaughter for crashing into a car, which killed the driver. Video shows he sped past a stopped school bus moments earlier.
Three school districts in the Richmond area increase driver wages. One bumps pay by nearly 5%, another by 10%.
A training event at Stafford County (Va.) Public Schools shows drivers the importance of school bus evacuation training. The concept will come to the NAPT conference this fall.
Police in Virginia say that the school bus struck the stopped landscaping truck and a worker from behind.
Two Virginia men reportedly make threats due to dissatisfaction with how the driver handled a situation with students. They are charged with disorderly conduct.
Although the state doesn’t require them, Henrico County has begun equipping its new buses with lap-shoulder restraints. Director Josh Davis share details on the move, which began with a certain NHTSA leader's speech.
The Thomas Built Buses distributor will open a new sales and service center in the greater Richmond area this summer.
One bill would cut training hours needed for CDL holders and those approved to operate a school bus. Another would allow bus ads.