A growing demand for propane buses in recent years has sparked an influx of training programs for maintenance technicians. Here, industry experts share top tips and best practices for maintaining propane school buses.
The San Antonio Independent School District receives an award from the city for its Clean Green Yellow School Bus Machines program.
The state releases its third and fourth wave of settlement funds, approving the purchase of 67 new school buses for 35 school districts and charter schools.
Paso Robles Joint Unified School District is adding one GreenPower Synapse 72 electric school bus to its fleet.
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 488LPI propane engine, which is available on Thomas Built Buses Saf-T-Liner C2 propane school bus, is approved for sale through Dec. 31, 2019.
The state releases its second wave of the settlement funds, approving the purchase of 76 diesel and alternative-fuel schools buses for 22 school districts.
The Type A sales boost looks to be joining a small but growing trend toward the electric fueling option.
The state plans to use about a quarter of its Volkswagen settlement money to buy 142 new school buses in low-income communities.
Leander Independent School District’s new Blue Bird Vision propane buses are expected to reduce nitrogen oxide emissions by more than 130,000 pounds.
Bellflower Unified School District displays the two new Blue Bird Type D All American Rear Engine Electric school buses it received in September.
Nearly $13 million of the state’s $64.8 million in mitigation plan funds will go toward replacing aging diesel school buses with new diesel-powered, electric, or other alt-fuel buses.
The company concludes its three-day Road Show at an event in Los Angeles with educational sessions and a ride-and-drive of a Blue Bird Vision Propane school bus, among other propane-powered vehicles.