Iowa is the 23rd state to allow the Gardian Angel safety lighting system as optional equipment.
A California driver trainer details safe practices for loading and unloading. Those include executing steps consistently, practicing precise timing with lights and the door, and escorting students as they cross roadways.
Illinois is the 22nd state to allow the Gardian Angel safety lighting system as optional equipment.
More than 190 kindergartners and parents attend Joplin Schools’ inaugural School Bus Camp designed to teach students about bus safety and etiquette.
Delaware is the 21st state to allow the Gardian Angel safety lighting system as optional equipment.
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.
The Florida bus driver is charged with reckless driving after a student is allegedly dragged by the bus for about 300 feet after her backpack got caught in the bus doors.
The IC Bus vice president and general manager shares details on the manufacturer’s growing list of bus offerings and sales, and an anticipated increase in demand for safety technology.
The companies are offering a series of videos with safety tips on danger zones, crossing the street, and pick up and drop off procedures.
New York is the 19th state to allow the Gardian Angel safety lighting system as optional equipment.
The Backeye 360 can help eliminate blind spots by providing a real-time surround view of the vehicle in a single image.
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 company has updated its Danger Zones Training Program to re-emphasize the need for bus drivers to ensure that students are following proper crossing procedures.