Pupil transportation providers, suppliers, and elected officials nationwide host press conferences, push school bus safety bills, and hold events to appreciate bus drivers.
The electric school bus manufacturer’s second educational facility is located in Green Island. Lion launched its first Experience Center in Sacramento, Calif., last fall.
Alexandra Robinson, the executive responsible for handling the city’s public school bus system, is let go amid ongoing trouble with a planned GPS system and Medicaid reimbursements.
The 5-year-old New York boy, who has autism, is dropped off at a school located a half a mile away from the school he attends.
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.
Districts in New York, North Carolina, Minnesota, and Virginia are rolling out the technology solutions supplier's “Here Comes the Bus” app.
Children’s ridesharing companies are offering more than just home-to-school transportation. The service also proves helpful for a variety of school trips, tackling bus driver shortage, and helping schools save on transportation costs.
Denise Schmidt reportedly suffers a medical event, slumps over the wheel, and the bus accelerates and crashes into a tree. The coach and 22 students on board are not injured.
Vikki Boyce Czechowicz of New York notices smoke coming from the under dashboard, evacuates the 19 students aboard her bus right before the engine area catches fire. She is presented with a Heroism Award.
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.
The city’s Department of Education teams up with Via to launch a new school bus routing, tracking, and communication platform, in addition to installing GPS systems on all of its school buses.
School districts can now install stop-arm cameras on buses and work with law enforcement to pinpoint locations with the most frequent violations. The law also raises ticket fines.