School districts in Georgia, North Carolina, and Florida are using their buses to assist in evacuation efforts and transport hurricane relief supplies.
Lafayette and Avoyelles Parish School Systems will use some of their buses to evacuate residents during Tropical Storm Barry this weekend.
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.
In Illinois, a bystander is recording video of flooding outside her home when she spots the bus driver driving through the water. No students were hurt and no water got inside the bus.
Lyle Silbernagle of Minnesota spots the boy alone at a street corner wearing only a diaper. He wraps the boy in his coat, brings him into the van and turns on the heat, and calls police.
Douglas County School District deploys buses and drivers to transport motorists who are stuck on highways to shelters.
Baron’s Threat Net is an active weather monitoring and forecasting tool for public safety, featuring operations center, mobile, and web-based accessibility.
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."
As this week's cold snap impacts many parts of the U.S., pupil transportation staff are working to ensure buses start on time and are ready for students to board.
With many areas of the country already experiencing snow and ice, which can mean dangerous driving conditions, First Student is offering some winter driving safety tips.
Septran employees create school bus-shaped donation boxes and drop them off at every school in the community to collect winter clothing for those in need.
The North Carolina driver is unable to leave her bus for five hours after power lines fall on it as the area is hit by Tropical Storm Michael.
Thirty-two Connecticut students are rescued by emergency crews from their bus, which became stuck in about 3 feet of water. Area residents also lend a hand to help students evacuate safely.