Take a look at the roundtable discussions, presentations, and other networking activities — including a friendly flying competition — at the 2018 edition of SBX.
School bus driver shortage, alternative fuels, and student behavior are key topics of discussion at the 2018 edition of the event.
School bus operators can still apply to take part in the next SBX educational networking event.
After a loaded logging truck failed to stop for a school bus in Alberta, the local transportation director took a powerful message to the mill’s contracted drivers.
At SBX, special-needs transportation expert Linda Bluth discusses the policies of new Education Secretary Betsy DeVos and stresses that “safe transportation must be a part of the agenda.”
Fuel choices, school reform, and the ongoing driver shortage are hot topics at School Bus eXchange 2017.
Transportation technologies, alt-fuels, and Education Secretary Betsy DeVos were among the timely topics on tap at educational networking event School Bus eXchange, held by NAPT and SBF.
Jan. 31 is the deadline for school transportation officials to apply for the third edition of the educational networking event.
Next year’s SBX will bring school bus operators and suppliers to Scottsdale for roundtable discussions, one-on-one meetings, and other networking activities.
The second edition of School Bus eXchange brings school bus operators and suppliers to Colorado to share solutions for key issues facing the industry.
In most cases on the silver screen, the yellow bus is a bit player rather than the focus. But what if there were a program that gave a genuine look into the world of pupil transportation?
Check out the meetings, a transportation facility tour, a surprise performance, and even a glimpse of the Rockies from this year’s SBX event in Colorado.
At SBX, school transportation leaders from around the country bring their own experiences to the table and share them with colleagues. The event fosters collaboration in unique and memorable ways.