Student Transportation of America continues its annual tradition of expressing appreciation for its dedicated employees.
The Alabama driver reportedly skips students’ bus stops due to disruptive behavior. He is let go for not following proper protocol and demonstrating poor student management.
Know a contractor who deserves recognition for his or her efforts? We’re accepting nominations for SBF’s 2019 Contractor of the Year award.
Location managers for the school bus contractor nominated employees for the honor, which highlights safety performance and extraordinary character.
Jim Folkes accepts the new role of vice president of communications. Mark Ramljak is the new chief operating officer.
Reducing the frequency of illegal passing incidents is the focus of this year’s NSTA message to legislators in Washington, D.C.
Student Transportation of America raises funds for the STI Cares Foundation, the school bus company’s philanthropic arm, and for a Pennsylvania cancer support charity.
The Elmira, Ontario, transportation team took part in Coldest Night of the Year, a walk that raises money for the homeless, hungry, and hurting.
The important work of local advocacy can be tough to fit in, but is as important as any other task on your list. That is where the National School Transportation Association (NSTA) can help.
Lurlean Hinton-Hodges, a school bus driver with Lakeside Bus in Wisconsin, receives the Milwaukee Superintendent’s Award for Excellence in Education for starting a reading program on her bus.
The sale of Johnson School Bus Service to the Canadian-based operator is expected to be completed by the end of February.
The Wisconsin-based school bus operator buys Cardinal Buses Inc.
The collaborative efforts of school bus contractors and their trade associations helped regulators in Washington, D.C., better understand an issue they had decided differently a year earlier.
STI Cares distributed approximately $70,000 in scholarship grants, over $50,000 in hardship grants, more than $20,000 in charitable donations, and participated in numerous fundraisers.
The companies are offering a series of videos with safety tips on danger zones, crossing the street, and pick up and drop off procedures.