The Unified Carrier Registration Board (UCR) affirmed its position in 2017 that a school transportation company must include all school buses in its fleet for purposes of determining UCR fees — even if only one vehicle crosses state lines.
The New Jersey driver reportedly makes some wrong turns while taking kindergartners home. He is let go for not conducting a practice run on the route before the first day of school.
As one of several visits on the first day of school, Richard Carranza greets Logan Bus Co. drivers at the company’s headquarters.
The nationwide tour aims to reinforce safe school bus behavior through interactive activities, and remind motorists that they can help keep students safe by obeying stop-arm safety laws.
The Logan Bus Co. leader grows the family business while staying connected with staff and customers, who say he exceeds requirements to do what’s best for students.
Durham's recruiters team up with school districts and the company’s safety team to educate their communities about school bus safety. Through that effort, they are able to hire more drivers.
With a focus on student safety, driver respect, and client relationships, the DS Bus Lines founder finds success in a more traditional approach to contracting.
The school bus company will begin providing transportation for Watertown City School District at the start of the 2018-19 school year.
Rose Marie Walker recognizes Educational Bus Transportation driver Titus Francis for his actions while driving for a field trip.
The First Student president shares details on new developments, including mobile apps, paperless shop technology, and a division that offers consulting, routing, and other solutions.
This year, the National School Transportation Association has added resources, features, and member benefits that provide value for members.
Four school bus operators from four states find common ground in dealing with driver shortage, tapping into the benefits of GPS and video cameras, and assessing fuel options. For the most part, they’re sticking with diesel for now, but one is seeing success with an electric bus.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo rides the buses across the state to gain support for a bill that would allow school staff to petition a judge to prohibit students they believe to be a threat from buying or possessing firearms.