Patrick Dean, vice president of business development at family-owned Dean Transportation, shares how the company is investing in innovative training and working to mitigate the driver shortage by offering ongoing professional development.
The school bus contractor will begin providing transportation services for Hamilton County Schools at the start of the 2019-20 school year.
Nearly 80 drivers take part in the 48th New York State School Bus Safety Competition, hosted by the New York School Bus Contractors Association.
Frank Naelitz of Ohio is named one of the Auto Care Association’s World Class Technicians.
Student Transportation of America continues its annual tradition of expressing appreciation for its dedicated employees.
The Alabama driver reportedly skips students’ bus stops due to disruptive behavior. He is let go for not following proper protocol and demonstrating poor student management.
Know a contractor who deserves recognition for his or her efforts? We’re accepting nominations for SBF’s 2019 Contractor of the Year award.
Jim Folkes accepts the new role of vice president of communications. Mark Ramljak is the new chief operating officer.
Student Transportation of America raises funds for the STI Cares Foundation, the school bus company’s philanthropic arm, and for a Pennsylvania cancer support charity.
The sale of Johnson School Bus Service to the Canadian-based operator is expected to be completed by the end of February.
The National School Transportation Association receives a fee exemption from the Unified Carrier Registration Board's fleet size calculation for school vehicles owned by contractors that are operated exclusively as intrastate school transportation.
The Wisconsin-based operator is using materials provided by Busing on the Lookout to train employees on identifying and reporting signs of human trafficking.
The Unified Carrier Registration Board (UCR) affirmed its position in 2017 that a school transportation company must include all school buses in its fleet for purposes of determining UCR fees — even if only one vehicle crosses state lines.