Texas and North Carolina transportation departments fill the gap in drivers’ schedules with work opportunities beyond more routes, such as administrative, cleaning, and technical tasks, and tap other staff to ease driver shortage. Meanwhile, an Illinois contractor offers space for socializing and relaxation.
New research from Bellwether Education Partners analyzes challenges that districts and contractors face and pinpoints opportunities for improving service and cutting costs.
Intelligent Parking Lot Control’s M210 regulates the flow of power to engine block heaters using temperature control sensors.
RouteHub can be used to communicate, store, and manage a school district's routing information.
The routing software developer will help Houston ISD deal with a driver shortage with hub locations for drop-offs and pickups, ensuring students only ride on their assigned routes, and creating a two-tiered service pattern.
The move is expected to free up more buses for middle and elementary school service at Greater Clark County Schools.
The company’s parts distribution center in Edmonton places first in Carlisle & Co.’s Top Performing Warehouse program.
Pupil transportation veterans Scott French, Jim Bergeron, and Barbara Reyes join the logistics consulting company.
The school bus OEM will add energy-efficient heating systems and LED lighting in its offices and manufacturing facilities.
The 2018 Don Carnahan Memorial Grant will provide up to $50,000 worth of Zonar hardware for NSTA members.
The dealership’s Oklahoma and Illinois branches undergo training and improvements aimed at enhancing the customer experience.
Registered users of the school bus tracking app have increased from 25,000 to 40,000 so far this school year.
Anderson, a 37-year veteran in pupil transportation, has been recognized for his expertise in school bus fleet maintenance and efficiency practices.