Thinking of switching from diesel? You may want to rethink that. The problems previously associated with old diesel are old news. Today’s clean diesel is different, offering benefits that are miles ahead of gasoline. The proof: districts running a clean diesel fleet are reaping the benefits of cost savings, easy maintenance, and eco-friendliness.
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.
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.
Features of the Classic S-Series and K-Series include an 800-pound lift capacity, audio and visual threshold warning system, and patented Sto-Loc technology to prevent lift drift.
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.
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.
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.
GroundTransportationCareers.com aims to connect transportation industry professionals across all disciplines and career stages with employers in the industry.
The National Transportation Safety Board cancels its April meeting on the October 2018 crash, which killed three students and injured another.
The school transportation industry continues to show its resilience and dedication to students, from providing daily meal delivery service to deploying the big yellow bus as a technology tool in some communities.
As the U.S. Senate fails to advance the nearly $2 trillion economic stimulus package and lawmakers keep negotiating, the National School Transportation Association continues urging relief for pupil transporters.
The webinar series is designed to assist school districts and schools as they continue to take on new roles to serve their communities during COVID-19.
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