To meet customer demand, contractors are relying more and more on financing to expand their fleet while keeping their cash flow freed up for other expenses. To them, financing isn’t just a way to get by, it’s a strategic business decision that allows them to expand their businesses easily, minimize costs and meet customers’ needs.
Senate Bill 751 confirms that schools are permitted to negotiate interim agreements or contract amendments to pay school bus contractors.
Packed schedules and ever-changing driver and vehicle availability can be a challenge for some pupil transportation departments. Software systems to manage daily routing, field trips, and driver time and attendance can help.
Baldwin County Schools’ transportation department’s class grows current leaders and cultivates new ones by introducing attendees to other district leaders, covering different types of leadership styles and responsibilities, and emphasizing service.
The New York State Bus Distributors Association and the New York Association for Pupil Transportation appeal to Gov. Andrew Cuomo and the state Legislature for support during and after the pandemic to prevent greater financial hardship.
Across all manufacturers, there is a global backorder of critical care ventilators capable of supporting patients fighting COVID-19.
Connectivity solution supplier Kajeet awards Austin (Texas) Independent School District a grant valued at over $600,000 to install 534 of its Wi-Fi routers on its school bus fleet.
The CARES Act includes $30.75 billion for an "Education Stabilization Fund" for states, school districts, and institutions of higher education for costs related to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Strategic planning, frequent communication, and supporting front-line employees are some recommended steps to help with significant transitions.
The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act includes $30.75 billion for an "Education Stabilization Fund" for states, school districts, and institutions of higher education for costs related to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Maintaining an upbeat spirit helps to engage employees, improve performance, and increase retention, factors that enhance an organization’s image. Measures such as bonding with food and recognizing accomplishments can cultivate happiness at work.
Fact Sheets and a Q & A document address critical questions about taking advantage of the protections and relief offered by the Families First Coronavirus Response Act when it takes effect on April 1.
The employee who tested positive for COVID-19 worked at the school bus manufacturer's facility in High Point, N.C., officials said.
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s waiver postpones deadlines for some regulations applicable to CDL holders to June 30 in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
CPA Tracy Fickett walks operators through the steps for planning, monitoring, and troubleshooting toward a better bottom line.
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