The event, which was held Dec. 6 to 8, in Cypress, Texas, featured 24 competitors from 16 different states.
A video posted on social media shows the Texas driver driving the bus forward while the student stands in front of the bus asking to be let on board.
Alvarado Independent School District installs extended stop arms on four buses that run on routes with multiple illegal passing incidents.
A special driver appreciation breakfast, a ride-along with local law enforcement officers, and a school bus illegal passing technology showcase marked NAPT’s National School Bus Safety Week.
The Texas 3-year-old is found unresponsive and not breathing with a seat belt wrapped around his neck. He is transported to the hospital where he later passes away.
School Bus Fleet learns more about the lives and careers of a handful of successful, accomplished women nationwide who are dedicated to ensuring school buses run safely and efficiently.
From Arizona to Texas to New York, school bus drivers and students alike receive a warm welcome as they embark on a new school year.
Pflugerville Independent School District launches its new transportation department and fleet of 159 school buses for the 2019-20 school year.
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.
Texas and North Carolina transportation departments fill the gap in drivers’ schedules with work opportunities beyond more routes, such as administrative, cleaning, and technical tasks, and tap other staff to ease driver shortage. Meanwhile, an Illinois contractor offers space for socializing and relaxation.
The children’s ridesharing company launches its ride service in Phoenix, Houston, and Seattle.
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.
Rick Sorrells, who led Dallas (Texas) County Schools before retiring in March 2017, is sentenced to seven years in federal prison for his role in the scheme, which caused the agency’s demise.