The Wisconsin-based school bus company buys Lazers Bus Service.
Darryl Hill earns the National Safety Council’s Distinguished Service to Safety Award.
Texas and North Carolina transportation departments fill the gap in drivers’ schedules with work opportunities beyond more routes, such as administrative, cleaning, and technical tasks, and tap other staff to ease driver shortage. Meanwhile, an Illinois contractor offers space for socializing and relaxation.
Vikki Boyce Czechowicz of New York notices smoke coming from the under dashboard, evacuates the 19 students aboard her bus right before the engine area catches fire. She is presented with a Heroism Award.
Paul Osland will be the school bus company's new president. He previously served as the organization's chief operating officer.
The nationwide tour aims to highlight safe school bus behavior through interactive activities and remind motorists that they can help keep students safe by obeying stop-arm safety laws.
Dean Transportation, Hoekstra Transportation, and Thomas Built Buses feature Lansing School District’s new school buses and share school bus safety tips with students at a back-to-school event.
The NSTA president discusses how statistics reflect the degree to which school bus operators go above and beyond to provide safe student transportation.
Hudson Bus Lines teams up with the Travis Mills Foundation on a “Plane Pull” event to raise the funds for a retreat for veterans and their families.
The co-owner of Lakeview Bus Lines has expanded his business as well as a handful of other small contractors, and has been instrumental in improving transportation for students in wheelchairs.
Dennis Maple, the school bus company's president, will leave the company in August. Paul Osland, First Student’s chief operating officer, will serve as interim president.
From purchasing and operating one school bus company to later establishing another from the ground up, Reliance Student Transportation President and CEO John Polli has proven his dedication and commitment to the school bus industry.
Run by three generations over the course of the last century, Villani Bus Co. now serves dozens of school districts and transports over 7,500 students every day.