A school bus is carrying 20 students from Union-North United School Corp. when a motorist crashes into the rear end of the bus. Four students on board and the motorist suffer minor injuries.
The South Bend Community School Corp. will install 192 stop-arm cameras on its buses.
Indiana lawmakers cut a provision to let schools buy stop-arm cameras with a share of the fines from illegal passers and change a provision that would have made a license suspension mandatory.
The bus driver was driving too fast and experienced a glare from the sun before the collision, according to the crash report. Twenty-one people were injured.
Twenty-one people, including 19 students, are taken to the hospital after the school bus collides with a garbage truck.
The facility, located in Indianapolis, Indiana, will support a range of propulsion systems, including conventional powertrains, alternative fuel, electric hybrid, and fully-electric vehicles.
The fleet tracking solutions provider is tapping into the knowledge of Butler University students in a collaboration on further development of Here Comes the Bus.
Senate Bill 2 addresses same-side pickups on state highways; allowing school districts to petition to have speed limits reduced near bus stops; and increased penalties for traffic law violations resulting in death.
The Wisconsin-based school bus operator buys Cardinal Buses Inc.
The Indiana driver faces no criminal charges in a collision with a school bus that killed a student. A grand jury says the driver's actions did not fit the legal definition of recklessness.
The National Transportation Safety Board releases a preliminary report on a school bus crash in October that killed three students and injured one other.
Juan Martinez-Legus and LaToya King of South Bend (Ind.) Community School Corp. drive homeless residents to sites around the city during the "deep freeze."
A bus from Metropolitan School District of Washington Township collides with a tow truck then crashes into the side of a church. Minor injuries were reported.