After launching in Denver earlier this year, the app-based child transportation service broadens its coverage of California.
A Seattle-area business journal recognizes the fleet management technology supplier and other winners based on current employee satisfaction surveys and award submissions.
The school bus tracking app more than doubled in number of users over the past year. It’s now in use at nearly 200 school districts.
Wayfinder can assist in building and adjusting routes and providing navigation to users of Transfinder’s Routefinder Pro.
Wayfinder helps school transportation providers quickly build and adjust routes, track vehicles, and provide turn-by-turn directions.
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.
The Delaware district will move to a three-tier school schedule and change start times to reduce the number of drivers needed as it deals with the most severe shortage it has ever experienced.
A group of investors purchases all outstanding shares of STI, the third-largest school bus operator in North America.
The move marks HopSkipDrive’s first operation outside of California.
Registered users of the school bus tracking app have increased from 25,000 to 40,000 so far this school year.
Cherokee County School District will roll out the Versatrans My Stop system to three schools next week.
Southeast Polk Community School District will roll out the Here Comes the Bus app, enabling parents to track their children’s school bus.
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.