Winners will receive up to $50,000 worth of Zonar fleet management technology.
The next generation of the supplier’s electronic verified inspection reporting solution comes with all the features of the original version, but in a mobile-friendly app with additional features.
The NexTraq Dashcam can provide downloadable videos, real-time alerts, and live GPS location services for use in a variety of applications, including school transportation.
A dispatcher at a Washington school district details how his transportation team has used G Suite and Google Sheets to reduce recurring questions, misinformation, confusion, and distractions for more efficient operations.
Building a relationship with a proactive provider, focusing on core data for your operation and using it for regular driver coaching are some of the best practices experts share with SBF.
Suppliers are working to provide even more detailed student, route tracking information and instant communication with administrators and parents with their solutions. They also work to ensure compliance with state policies and regulations.
Seven First Student sites are rolling out new in-vehicle tablet software that is designed to connect various parts of their operations, such as routes, drivers, vehicle tracking, GPS, and payroll.
Jennifer Love of New Jersey is pushing for legislation that would require all of the state’s special-needs buses to be equipped with video surveillance cameras and GPS systems.
Florence Unified School District #1 and Boyertown Area School District partner with technology solutions supplier CalAmp to roll out the “Here Comes the Bus” app on their buses.
FirstView is now being used by nearly 200 school districts across North America.
The fleet tracking solution provider, which created the Here Comes the Bus tracking app, expects its acquisition by CalAmp to accelerate growth.
The 2019 Don Carnahan Memorial Grant will provide winners with up to $50,000 in fleet management technology from Zonar.
The Student Transportation Oversight Package (STOP) increases reporting requirements for the city’s Department of Education and requires two-way radio and GPS systems on all school buses.
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