The agency launches a project to learn more about the decision-making process on whether to implement two-point or three-point belts.
At events held in multiple states, students, schools, and contractors gathered to show their appreciation for the yellow bus and its drivers.
Graham was instrumental in North Carolina’s statewide implementation of a computerized school bus routing and management program. He was also a founding member of the American School Bus Council.
The American School Bus Council and NHTSA revamp the “Learn the Facts” campaign materials, which highlight the safety record and other advantages of school bus transportation.
The American School Bus Council cites the safety record and other benefits of yellow bus transportation.
Cari Long, who previously served as marketing manager for IC Bus, will coordinate ASBC projects, including Love the Bus.
A new study has found that students who ride the school bus in kindergarten are less likely to be chronically absent.
Markus Videnieks leaves ASBC after serving in the role since 2012. The council will launch a search for his replacement soon.
Exuberant kids in yellow T-shirts, a bus-loving U.S. congressman and a School Bus Champion Award are among the pictorial highlights from the 2016 Love the Bus main event.
At ASBC’s Love the Bus event in rural Sloughhouse, California, dignitaries from Congress and the EPA cite the benefits of school buses, and students in yellow T-shirts show their spirit.
At a school near Sacramento, California, nearly 500 students in yellow “I Love the Bus” T-shirts will hear from various dignitaries about the importance of the yellow bus.
Dimmendaal, who started as a school bus driver and eventually bought the company she worked for, is honored for her industry leadership and community service.
The American School Bus Council recognizes Burns, an expert on legal issues in pupil transportation, for her two decades of dedication to the industry.