The New York student is getting on the bus when a vehicle drives around the passenger side of the bus and hits her, causing her to land on the hood of the vehicle.
Video footage shows students walking across the sidewalk when the motorist approaches and waits for several to run in front of the vehicle before driving past them.
First Light Safety Products is pilot testing its Illuminated School Bus Sign on 16 school buses in New York in April.
Anderson Hollins with East Irondequoit Central School District pleads not guilty to operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol. Police say his blood alcohol test results were above the legal limit for driving.
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.
New York is the 19th state to allow the Gardian Angel safety lighting system as optional equipment.
The New York school bus travels through gridlocked intersections to transport preschool students from a child development center during a major winter storm.
A training program shows Canastota Central (N.Y.) School District transportation staff how to respond to active shooters and what signs to look for in students.
Tom Fish, who was also a school bus driver and mechanic for Crown Point (N.Y.) Central School, passed away in October.
A school bus aide is fired after apparently leaving a bus while the 6-year-old was still on board.
Districts, school bus companies, and suppliers hold refresher training, partner with law enforcement, and advocate for key legislation.
David Christopher steps into the role of executive director of the New York Association for Pupil Transportation as Peter Mannella moves into a part-time role in retirement.
State Sen. Carl Marcellino is honored for supporting safe student transportation and sponsoring a bill on pre-employment and random drug and alcohol testing of school bus drivers, which recently became law.