School bus drivers and other transportation staff members across the U.S. were honored with special meals, cards, and prizes. In addition, longtime pupil transporters received recognition at events.
From driver appreciation meals to decorative posters and special treats from students, pupil transporters felt the love during the festivities in February.
Legislation in Utah and Florida proposing to crack down on motorists who violate a stop arm by raising fines and, in Utah’s case, adding compensatory service, moves closer to potentially becoming law.
Bright Horizons Center in Florida is gifted the newly renovated set by the wheelchair securement supplier.
National School Transportation Association President John Benish Jr. shares how the American School Bus Council's Love the Bus kickoff activities on Feb. 3 affected him.
This year’s event was held at two Orange County Public Schools locations on Feb. 4.
A creative parody about the challenges of pupil transportation and an anti-trafficking campaign featuring school buses were a couple of School Bus Fleet's web highlights in 2019.
The two states are offering funding for low-emission, alt-fuel school buses. Florida is also providing funding for electric vehicle charging infrastructure.
Lawmakers in the two states propose doubling fines and driver’s license suspension time periods on motorists who illegally pass school buses. An Ohio senator is also calling for stop-arm camera funding.
A school bus fit for a fiesta, a driver who appears on Good Morning America, and Washington’s first electric school bus are among the standout photos from School Bus Fleet's website and Snapshots department in recent issues.
Becky Schaffer receives Citrus County (Fla.) School District's "Making a Difference Award" after helping prevent a student from being hit by a truck that illegally passed her bus in April.
School districts in Georgia, North Carolina, and Florida are using their buses to assist in evacuation efforts and transport hurricane relief supplies.
In addition to Los Angeles and the San Francisco Bay Area, the children’s ridesharing company will now provide transportation to schools in Sacramento, Calif.; San Diego; Miami; Phoenix; Dallas; Chicago; Seattle; and Washington, D.C.
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