In 2022, highlights on the School Bus Fleet website included stories dealing with special-needs transportation, employee morale and retention, and CDL requirements in the midst of an ongoing school bus driver shortage.

Here are the year's most-viewed feature articles:

  1. Don’t Forget: 6 Things to Know About the ELDT (Published: Jan. 25)

Ahead of the new Entry-Level Driver Training (ELDT) regulations taking effect, School Bus Fleet offered a primer on the requirements.
 

  1. 20 Tips for Finding and Keeping Maintenance Techs (Published: Feb. 23)

Ben Murphy, an Indiana school bus mechanic in Plainfield, checks out bus No. 31.  -  Photo: Ben Murphy

Ben Murphy, an Indiana school bus mechanic in Plainfield, checks out bus No. 31.

Photo: Ben Murphy

From connecting with tech schools and the military to providing new tools and upgrades, check out advice from industry experts to hire and retain talented mechanics. schoolbusfleet.com/web23b

  1. Women in School Bus Maintenance: “Nothing is Too Challenging” (Published: Feb. 20)

Norma DeLung works as a service manager for Matthew Buses Florida.  -  Photo: Norma DeLung

Norma DeLung works as a service manager for Matthew Buses Florida.

Photo: Norma DeLung

Women who are making their mark in the world of school bus fleet maintenance share their stories.

  1. Meeting the Challenges of Transporting Special-Needs Students (Published: Jan. 27)

Explore training resources and what it takes to drive a school bus for special-needs students.

  1. 5 Facets of Boosting Staff Morale (Published: June 1)

In this article, several school transportation leaders from around the United States offered suggestions for how to bolster staff spirits through camaraderie and communication.

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