FirstView is now being used by nearly 200 school districts across North America.
Public Act 100-1142 allows school districts to provide free transportation to students who live within 1.5 miles of their school, if by walking, those students would have to pass through areas with serious safety hazards.
The acquisition will help Q'Straint and Adapt Solutions provide safe, comfortable, and accessible wheelchair solutions to those with limited mobility.
The father, twin sister, and grandfather of Miranda Vargas, who was killed in a New Jersey school bus crash in 2018, meet with members of Congress to gather support for school bus safety legislation.
The move will help strengthen the dealer’s four existing locations throughout the state.
The fleet safety solutions supplier awards a total of $50,000 to promote anti-bullying efforts in local communities.
In Washington, a motorist records a video of the bus driver driving over railroad tracks after a crossing arm hits the bus.
A group of U.S. Senators introduce the Clean School Bus Act, which would provide $2 million to replace diesel school buses with electric school buses, and fund charging infrastructure and training.
Gerald Douglas Rupple of California is sentenced to 210 days in jail after failing to disclose a medical condition that caused him to pass out and crash a bus with students on board.
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.
The safety solutions supplier unveils its Predictive Stop Arm and Right-Hand Danger Zone protection systems in a demonstration at this year’s STN Expo.
Pennsylvania House Bill 364 permits but doesn’t require school transportation vehicles that are smaller than school buses to be equipped with flashing and revolving yellow lights.
Lincoln Public Schools' board of education agrees to purchase a total of 12 new school buses equipped with lap-shoulder belts.
A young boy’s letter to his mother explaining why he missed the bus goes viral after his older sister shares it on Twitter.
The transmission manufacturer’s 2019 hybrid-electric propulsion system, paired with Cummins engines, has received certification from the California Air Resources Board.