The company’s parts distribution center in Edmonton places first in Carlisle & Co.’s Top Performing Warehouse program.
Nearly 2,200 school bus drivers from 44 federated unions in Quebec plan to go on strike on May 15. The news comes on the heels of a local walkout in April.
Amber Marie Power, a driver for Stock Transportation, earns an award from the Ottawa Student Transportation Authority for her efforts to ensure the well-being of a passenger.
A group of investors purchases all outstanding shares of STI, the third-largest school bus operator in North America.
The SafeSpeed device uses GPS to automatically limit vehicle speed in real time according to posted speed limits.
The event, held every two years, will take place in Niagara Falls, Ontario. Sessions will cover such topics as school bus technology, emissions standards, and the changing labor market.
The pilot is designed to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. It gives select school bus operators in Ontario up to $400,000 for a bus and charging infrastructure.
Two school boards work to prevent another driver shortage this fall after an investigation finds that their “actions and inactions” led to thousands of students being stranded last September.
Police say that the fire caused more than $30,000 in damage to the school bus.
Ashley McMaster of Nova Scotia, Canada, gets frustrated watching motorists illegally passing her daughter’s bus and posts videos of incidents, which catch attention from law enforcement.
The Alberta driver faces multiple charges after her bus struck a tree while students were on board. Police say she was over the legal limit of alcohol.
After a loaded logging truck failed to stop for a school bus in Alberta, the local transportation director took a powerful message to the mill’s contracted drivers.
Mid-South Bus Center in Tennessee and Warner Bus Industries in Saskatchewan are the latest dealers to become certified in the collaborative effort between the school bus manufacturer and its dealers.