Illinois is the 22nd state to allow the Gardian Angel safety lighting system as optional equipment.
Delaware is the 21st state to allow the Gardian Angel safety lighting system as optional equipment.
I was recently reminded of all the ways in which students have used their talents to help improve safety in and around their buses by a news story out of North Carolina.
The 8-year-old North Carolina student steps into the path of an SUV for an unknown reason and is hit while waiting at her bus stop.
Katee Horner of Montana receives second place in First Student’s 2019 Be First Awards after purchasing reflective safety belts for students to wear at school bus stops.
The team of North Carolina students earn over $100,000 in technology for their school after developing a flashing sign to alert students, drivers, and motorists when a school bus is approaching the bus stop.
The team of sixth grade students from Wake County (N.C.) Public School System create a flashing sign to alert students, bus drivers, and motorists when a school bus is approaching the bus stop.
White Pigeon Community Schools purchases 400 flashing reflectors to improve school bus stop safety for students.
Here Comes the Bus Lite will provide real-time tracking information as well as email and push notificiations without the use of additional routing software.
Sen. Randy Head drafts a bill that addresses same-side pickups on state highways; reducing speed limits near bus stops; and increasing penalties for traffic law violations resulting in death.
New York is the 19th state to allow the Gardian Angel safety lighting system as optional equipment.
The latest national report shows that in three of the fatal incidents, the school bus had its stop arm extended and its red lights activated when it was passed by a vehicle that struck a student.
The city of Shelbyville may expand its smoking ban to include school bus stops after a mother voices concern about the health of her son and other children.