The Maryland driver who had a man jump onto the front of his bus after he refused to let him board is reassigned to administrative duties. Parents are questioning the decision.
Leverne Doran of Maryland tells police that someone on the bus threw a bottle at his vehicle. When the bus driver refuses to open the door, Doran allegedly jumps onto the front of the bus.
A 12-year-old Maryland boy says men took his shoes and phone after he was dropped off at a bus stop 2 miles away from his home.
The deal adds more than 125 vehicles to STI’s fleet, annual revenue of $8.5 million, and a new state for STI: Maryland.
The motorcoach, which is transporting eighth-grade students from Philadelphia on a class trip, overturns in Maryland. Two of the injured passengers are airlifted to hospitals.
Mark Booker of Maryland and his daughters co-author “Why Our Teacher Wears Yellow,” which highlights the importance of school bus drivers, calling them “transportation teachers.”
Gabriel Rose, who previously served as a security specialist for Talbot County (Md.) Public Schools, replaces Leon Langley as state director.
Baltimore County Public Schools recently unveiled its Mobile Innovation Lab, a mobile classroom and “makerspace” built on a school bus. The lab helps students learn about coding, programming, robotics, and circuitry in a hands-on environment.
U.S. representatives from Tennessee and Maryland cite concerns from recent high-profile school bus crashes in their states.
Baltimore County Public Schools uses an out of service school bus to create a lab on wheels that teaches students about coding, programming, robotics, and circuitry in a hands-on environment.
A preliminary report finds that Glenn Chappell had hypertension, diabetes, and seizures, and in the past five years had been involved in at least 12 crashes or incidents while driving a school bus or personal vehicle.
Glenn Chappell was notified that he was “no longer authorized” to drive a school bus for failing to provide medical certification. The school system was not notified, he continued driving, and died in a crash that killed five others.
Glenn R. Chappell of Baltimore lost a civil case over hitting a parked car, was convicted for not showing a registration card during a traffic stop, and convicted again of driving a vehicle with suspended registration, court records state. The offenses did not involve a school bus.