Contractor fleet operations provide their insights about how they address industry challenges, including driver shortages and rising costs.  -  Source: Canva

Contractor fleet operations provide their insights about how they address industry challenges, including driver shortages and rising costs.

Source: Canva

Attention school transportation contractors! Your expertise and insights are invaluable to the ongoing improvement and efficiency of pupil transportation services. Each day, millions of students rely on school bus fleet contractors to ensure safe and timely transportation to and from school. Yet, we understand fleets face myriad challenges, from driver shortages to the escalating costs and scarcity of parts.

Now is your chance to make your voice heard and contribute to the pulse of the pupil transportation industry. School Bus Fleet is conducting its latest annual Contractor Fleet Operations Survey, and we want to hear from you. Your input will help us gain a comprehensive understanding of the current state of contracting in the school transportation sector.

By participating in this survey, you'll have the opportunity to shed light on the challenges you face, share innovative solutions, and provide valuable feedback on industry trends. Your responses will not only inform our readers but also drive meaningful discussions and initiatives aimed at addressing the pressing issues affecting contractors like yourself.

The results of this survey will be published on our website and featured in the June/July 2024 print edition of School Bus Fleet magazine, reaching a wide audience of industry professionals and stakeholders.

Don't miss out on this chance to shape the future of school transportation contracting. Make sure your voice is heard. Responses are due by Friday, April 26. Your participation is vital in driving positive change and advancing the efficiency and effectiveness of pupil transportation services. Thank you for your contribution!

Fill out the survey at this link.

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Wes Platt

Wes Platt

Executive Editor

Wes Platt joined Bobit in 2021 as executive editor of School Bus Fleet Magazine. He writes and edits content about student transportation, school bus manufacturers and equipment, legislative issues, maintenance, fleet contracting, and school transportation technology - from classic yellow diesel buses to the latest EPA-funded electric, propane, and CNG vehicles.

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