Student Transportation of America continues its annual tradition of expressing appreciation for its dedicated employees.
The legislation would allow a person who is at least 18 years old but under 21 to be licensed to drive a commercial motor vehicle.
Take a look at these fascinating photo submissions from industry personnel and those from the Snapshots department in recent issues of School Bus Fleet.
Toby McGraw takes on the newly created role of senior vice president of sales. He will lead public and private partnership sales and account management.
After launching in Denver earlier this year, the app-based child transportation service broadens its coverage of California.
The Colorado State Patrol says the truck driver fell asleep and drifted into the opposing lane and hit the bus, which rolled.
Pupil transportation veterans Scott French, Jim Bergeron, and Barbara Reyes join the logistics consulting company.
The move marks HopSkipDrive’s first operation outside of California.
Anderson, a 37-year veteran in pupil transportation, has been recognized for his expertise in school bus fleet maintenance and efficiency practices.
Monica Burke of Colorado pleads guilty to assaulting the 20-year-old, who is nonverbal. She is sentenced to 20 months in jail, five years of probation, and 360 hours of community service.
With a failed ballot measure and a projected cut in state funding, Greeley-Evans School District 6 will increase student walking distances and eliminate 14 school bus routes.
The fleet business works with Adams 12 Five Star Schools and Boulder Valley School District to help boost the quality and efficiency of support vehicles.
Monica Burke of Colorado is facing 24 counts of felony assault for allegedly beating a student with severe autism and spraying aerosol cans in his face.