Collins Bus Corp.’s Low-Floor Bus features a ramp that enables faster, lift-free boarding for students in wheelchairs. Customers report increased comfort and empowerment through the ability to board with and sit near other students.
Gwinnett County (Ga.) Public Schools presents awards to Special-Needs Bus Manager Julie Peterson and Special-Needs Bus Monitor Hannah Robinson. Also recognized are a general education driver and a fleet technician.
The school bus manufacturer shows its Blue Bird Vision Propane bus at the Atlanta Science Festival to educate students about the bus's technology.
The Georgia bus driver finds a Ruger .38 caliber pistol in the student's backpack and holds onto the student's belongings until authorities arrive at the scene.
Cobb County School District adopts Synovia Solutions’ “Here Comes the Bus” app and smart fleet technology on its approximately 1,000 buses.
A fire breaks out on the Savannah-Chatham County Public School System bus around 7 a.m. on Tuesday morning. No students are aboard at the time.
Senate Bill 25 reverses a provision in a law that apparently let motorists pass a stopped school bus if they were on the opposite side of a highway divided only by a turn lane.
Fulton County (Ga.) School System will replace 85 of its diesel-powered school buses with new propane buses.
The state Senate passes a bill to change a provision that apparently let motorists pass a stopped school bus if they are on the opposite side of a highway divided only by a turn lane.
Pupil transportation's commitment to raise awareness of trafficking is a good reminder of how connected drivers are to their communities, and how crucial they can be to stopping or even preventing these crimes.
Harris County (Ga.) School District staff members practice evacuation procedures for students with various special needs.
Take a look at these fascinating photo submissions from industry personnel and those from the Snapshots department in recent issues of School Bus Fleet.
Gwinnett County Public Schools supplies a nonprofit with 72 buses, drivers, and other staff to drive through Atlanta and raise awareness of the issue.