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.
The fleet tracking solutions provider is tapping into the knowledge of Butler University students in a collaboration on further development of Here Comes the Bus.
The Easton-Redding-Region 9 School Districts select the school bus company to operate, maintain, and manage its student transportation services beginning with the 2019-20 school year.
Here Comes the Bus Lite will provide real-time tracking information as well as email and push notificiations without the use of additional routing software.
Illuminated safety products, driver training solutions, a video surveillance system, and an artificial intelligence-powered stop arm are just some of the options to look for in the new year.
Real-time GPS tracking, telematics, and live video streaming present potential benefits for transportation directors, especially while working offsite.
The Baron Threat Net is a suite of products that allows users to monitor weather and safety for situational awareness by location.
OnCommand Connection electronic Driver Vehicle Inspection Report (eDVIR) is designed to digitally capture and share pre- and post-trip and child check inspections.
Toby McGraw takes on the newly created role of senior vice president of sales. He will lead public and private partnership sales and account management.
From maintenance reports to routing to student records, Maine School Administrative District No. 75’s transportation department has digitally migrated its work into Tyler Technologies’ Traversa.