School districts and contractors across the U.S. treated pupil transporters to breakfasts and presented awards. Special guests included dignitaries and mascots.
This year’s event was held at the Fred Rodgers Magnet Academy in the East Aurora (Ill.) School District 131 on Feb. 8, with over 400 students, bus drivers, and guests in attendance.
ASBC will kick off its annual campaign assembly at a school in Illinois on Feb. 8.
Former SBF Executive Editor Thomas McMahon bids a fond farewell to the school transportation industry after 16 years.
Schools, contractors, and students across the U.S. came together to celebrate and show their appreciation for the yellow bus and its drivers.
As part of this year’s campaign, ASBC will award gift cards to the top social media posts that highlight Love the Bus celebrations.
According to NAPT's executive director, if, as Giorgio Armani once said, “Jeans represent democracy in fashion,” then school buses are their educational equivalent.
The agency launches a project to learn more about the decision-making process on whether to implement two-point or three-point belts.
At events held in multiple states, students, schools, and contractors gathered to show their appreciation for the yellow bus and its drivers.
Graham was instrumental in North Carolina’s statewide implementation of a computerized school bus routing and management program. He was also a founding member of the American School Bus Council.
The American School Bus Council and NHTSA revamp the “Learn the Facts” campaign materials, which highlight the safety record and other advantages of school bus transportation.
The American School Bus Council cites the safety record and other benefits of yellow bus transportation.
Cari Long, who previously served as marketing manager for IC Bus, will coordinate ASBC projects, including Love the Bus.