ALC Schools, the student transportation division of American Logistics Company, introduces its My Ride Manager app to school districts.
Cobb County School District adopts Synovia Solutions’ “Here Comes the Bus” app and smart fleet technology on its approximately 1,000 buses.
The Here Comes the Bus Lite version is designed to serve smaller school districts, and will be made more affordable without the additional cost of routing software.
The 2019 Don Carnahan Memorial Grant will provide winners with up to $50,000 in fleet management technology from Zonar.
Real-time GPS tracking, telematics, and live video streaming present potential benefits for transportation directors, especially while working offsite.
The 2018 Don Carnahan Memorial Grant will provide up to $50,000 worth of Zonar hardware for NSTA members.
Tablets with ridership apps can help the driver ensure that the right students get on and off the bus. The key is to make the technology part of the driver’s routine — rather than a distraction.
Youngstown City School District debuts Zonar’s Z Pass at one of its elementary schools.
Saratoga Springs City School District adds Tyler Drive, which provides directions and other route and ridership information. The system also includes a parent portal.
The state directors’ annual gathering also addresses the use of tablets and GPS units for school bus drivers.
Zonar Count is designed for Zonar tablets to accurately count passengers who get on and off a vehicle while tracking average travel time, average passenger trip length, and operating costs per passenger trip.
Zonar Count is designed to count passengers who get on and off a vehicle while tracking travel time, passenger trip length, and operating costs per passenger trip.
The 2017 Don Carnahan Memorial Grant program will provide winners with up to $50,000 worth of school bus technology hardware from Zonar.