Wesley White of Pennsylvania was charged in connection with a crash that killed Deborah Bopp in April 2017. His truck allegedly struck the back of her bus when she slowed down to pick up a student.
Four of the state’s school bus drivers advance to the international competition.
Keystone and the Pennsylvania School Bus Association partner on the new annual grant, which provides winners with up to $30,000 for safety initiatives. The association also honors longtime member Bill Moore.
Wills spent three decades in the bus business, starting with her family company and ending with Rohrer Bus Sales in Pennsylvania. With her retirement, Mike David steps into her role.
The bus seating and fire suppression supplier will establish a new manufacturing facility, creating more than 240 new jobs.
Wolfington Body Co. is recognized for dealership performance and leadership.
A Pennsylvania school district’s bus garage catches fire, destroying 16 buses and damaging others that are parked nearby. No one is injured, but classes are canceled the day after.
The NSTA president shares insights on NSTA initiatives, the widespread driver shortage, and the recently passed tax reform bill.
The student reportedly yells at school staff from the roof of the bus, climbs back in, and then flees.
The auditor general discovers 10 drivers in the state who should have been banned from transporting students because of criminal convictions.
Pupil transporters dealt with some inconvenience caused by snowstorms and frigid temperatures in recent weeks. Still, some managed to capture the beauty the weather brings.
The van is shown on video apparently passing the bus illegally just before two elementary school students cross in front of it in the Pennsylvania incident.
School bus safety takes the spotlight in a reception at the Pennsylvania Governor’s Residence.