St. Louis Public Schools partners with community organizations to train hundreds of volunteers to monitor school bus stops located in high-crime areas or near vacant lots.
Kansas City Public Schools adds 155 propane buses and Harris County School District received 11 new diesel school buses.
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.
From promoting safe connectivity for students to integrating Internet of Things capabilities, mobile connectivity solutions suppliers discuss how school bus Wi-Fi is changing the course of pupil 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.
More than 190 kindergartners and parents attend Joplin Schools’ inaugural School Bus Camp designed to teach students about bus safety and etiquette.
A young boy’s letter to his mother explaining why he missed the bus goes viral after his older sister shares it on Twitter.
The driver with KC Premier Transportation is able to safely evacuate students from the bus after it breaks down and catches fire under the hood.
Despite a handful of tragic incidents, school buses are the safest vehicles on the road, particularly given all the obstacles that drivers have to contend with every day.
Minimizing idling, maximizing tires and fuel, and recycling some shop supplies are inexpensive green strategies that transportation departments can easily implement at their operations.
Ty’Andra Williams and Tiffany Pruitt of Missouri allegedly board a school bus and beat the driver over a student’s claim that the driver told another student to jump on her.
News that drew the most traffic on the School Bus Fleet website this year covered illegal school bus passing, a petition for tougher penalties on stop-arm running, and student and driver fatalities in the danger zone.
An 11-year-old girl was waiting for her bus when a vehicle pulled up and a woman exited. Police say the woman yelled at the girl to get in the vehicle.