Pennsylvania House Bill 364 permits but doesn’t require school transportation vehicles that are smaller than school buses to be equipped with flashing and revolving yellow lights.
Student Transportation of America continues its annual tradition of expressing appreciation for its dedicated employees.
The Pennsylvania motorist will not receive a new trial after he was convicted in a crash that caused a school bus carrying more than a dozen students to tip over.
Jim Folkes accepts the new role of vice president of communications. Mark Ramljak is the new chief operating officer.
Student Transportation of America raises funds for the STI Cares Foundation, the school bus company’s philanthropic arm, and for a Pennsylvania cancer support charity.
Exeter Township (Penn.) School District equips 10 of its 40 school buses with the cameras, and has plans to add them to 20 more.
Lori Ann Mankos of Pennsylvania was allegedly driving erratically, and then pulled into a gas station, gave the keys to the bus to an employee, and walked away.
Three Pennsyvlania siblings are hit by a car while waiting for their school bus. One student is taken to the hospital, where he is later pronounced dead, and two others are transported for injuries.
Mary Claire Jones of Pennsylvania is struck by the vehicle after it drives past the stopped school bus. Jones is listed in critical condition.
The Pennsylvania bus driver loses control of the bus, causing it to roll over off of the road. No students were on board.
A 17-year-old student from New Academy (Pa.) Charter School is riding his school bus when he is shot in the shoulder. He is taken to the hospital in stable condition.
Silus Hunsinger of Pennsylvania is hit and killed by a pickup truck while crossing the road to his school bus stop.
Kristy Baughman of Pennsylvania creates a petition asking the DuBois Area School District to install stop-arm cameras to catch motorists who illegally pass stopped school buses.