The children’s ridesharing company launches its ride service in Phoenix, Houston, and Seattle.
In addition to Los Angeles and the San Francisco Bay Area, the children’s ridesharing company will now provide transportation to schools in Sacramento, Calif.; San Diego; Miami; Phoenix; Dallas; Chicago; Seattle; and Washington, D.C.
Florence Unified School District #1 and Boyertown Area School District partner with technology solutions supplier CalAmp to roll out the “Here Comes the Bus” app on their buses.
The city’s Department of Education teams up with Via to launch a new school bus routing, tracking, and communication platform, in addition to installing GPS systems on all of its school buses.
The school transportation company led a $3.6 million Series A funding round to help Kango expand its student ridesharing and childcare services.
FirstView is now being used by nearly 200 school districts across North America.
The school bus contractor will begin providing transportation services for Hamilton County Schools at the start of the 2019-20 school year.
Wayne-Westland Community Schools adopts Synovia Solutions’ “Here Comes the Bus” app and its new routing feature on its 87 buses.
The fleet tracking solution provider, which created the Here Comes the Bus tracking app, expects its acquisition by CalAmp to accelerate growth.
ALC Schools, the student transportation division of American Logistics Company, introduces its My Ride Manager app to school districts.
The company has been operating in California and Colorado. This is its first foray into the East Coast market.
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.