Next year’s event will bring school bus operators and suppliers to Scottsdale, Ariz., for roundtable discussions, one-on-one meetings, and other networking activities.
New research from Bellwether Education Partners analyzes challenges that districts and contractors face and pinpoints opportunities for improving service and cutting costs.
Kobussen Buses Ltd. and Oshkosh Area School District donate the use of some of their propane school buses to transport attendees for the Experimental Aircraft Association’s AirVenture event.
John Benish Jr., who is also president and chief operating officer of Cook-Illinois Corp., provides expert witness testimony to Congress on issues including illegal passing and seat belts.
The association honors top contestants in the 2019 School Bus Driver International Safety Competition and presents awards to contractors for exceptional service.
The co-owner of Lakeview Bus Lines has expanded his business as well as a handful of other small contractors, and has been instrumental in improving transportation for students in wheelchairs.
Dennis Maple, the school bus company's president, will leave the company in August. Paul Osland, First Student’s chief operating officer, will serve as interim president.
Six of the state’s school bus drivers receive awards for their dedication and years of service.
More than 50 NSTA members traveled to Washington, D.C., in support of the Stop for School Buses Act. As a result, many legislators have signed on to support the bill’s passage.
FirstView is now being used by nearly 200 school districts across North America.
From purchasing and operating one school bus company to later establishing another from the ground up, Reliance Student Transportation President and CEO John Polli has proven his dedication and commitment to the school bus industry.
Run by three generations over the course of the last century, Villani Bus Co. now serves dozens of school districts and transports over 7,500 students every day.
There is no gray area on testing, yet either willingly or unwillingly, drivers are still finding themselves on the wrong side of this issue, says Ronna Weber, a consultant working with the American Bus Association.
Patrick Dean, vice president of business development at family-owned Dean Transportation, shares how the company is investing in innovative training and working to mitigate the driver shortage by offering ongoing professional development.
FirstGroup sells the North American intercity bus line and U.K. bus operation First Bus as part of a plan to focus on its pupil transportation and public transit brands.