FirstGroup PLC announces its launch of the sale process of its North American school bus and public transportation companies, after considering selling the businesses since last year.
One-and-a-half million students reportedly experienced homelessness during the 2017-18 school year. This tragic situation impacts many pupil transporters.
The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority will research the feasibility of offering free transportation to all students countywide.
Rochester Public Schools equips the van with the AbiliTrax Shift N Step, a dual-entry system to provide transportation service to ambulatory students and those who use wheelchairs.
Bobit Business Media, the parent company of School Bus Fleet, creates a new transportation industry event: America's Bus and Coach Expo.
Sacramento Regional Transit waives fares in an effort to decrease truancy and eliminate obstacles for young people to get to school, afterschool activities, sports, clubs, and jobs.
School transportation remains a critical element within the context of a child’s overall educational experience. When we boil this element down to a cost-saving endeavor, we’ve really done a disservice to our children.
Gov. Henry McMaster announces that the state will use $9.33 million of its Volkswagen settlement funds to purchase a total of 78 new propane school buses and three transit buses.
The association will be a global community dedicated to providing the ground transportation industry with networking opportunities, business performance improvement, and education.
Beginning Aug. 5, Indianapolis Public Schools will grant all its high school students free access to the city’s transit bus system in an effort to cut the district's transportation costs.
The city’s mayor announces a partnership between the city and King County that will allow students unlimited use of public transportation free of charge.
In Denton, Texas, some high school students who don’t qualify to ride the yellow bus can get discounted transit passes and ride on an existing route to school.
The state director survey’s findings include which states allow non-school bus vehicles, such as vans, transit buses and passenger cars, to be used for home-school-home transportation.
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