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.
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.
Fred Woods allegedly gets on the bus with students onboard and tries to force the driver to drive him down the street. He is facing several charges, including criminal trespassing.
School districts in Georgia, North Carolina, and Florida are using their buses to assist in evacuation efforts and transport hurricane relief supplies.
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 three Gwinnett County (Ga.) Public Schools trainers quickly administer CPR to their coworker after she has a seizure, loses consciousness, and stops breathing during a training session.
Kansas City Public Schools adds 155 propane buses and Harris County School District received 11 new diesel school buses.
The school bus manufacturer donates one of its Blue Bird Vision Gasoline buses to the Boys & Girls Clubs of Albany.
Submissions to our annual photo contest provide yet more evidence of the fact that the pupil transporter is so much more than “just a bus driver.” There are so many talented people — and not just drivers — in this profession.
The state Department of Education recognizes 16 school districts for their commitment to ensuring safe and efficient student transportation.
Winning entries in the 15th edition of School Bus Fleet’s Photo Contest present a closer look at some of the remarkable, day-to-day scenes of pupil transportation. These shots were selected from 103 total entries, which were judged by SBF’s editors.
Forsyth County Schools' new radio network will include a radio tower and tower equipment, 450 school bus radios, and dispatch radio and computer equipment.
Mary Beth Hudson and fourth-grade student Kaitlyn Blackmon are recognized by the American Red Cross for helping save a student who was choking while on the bus last fall.