The national association and school bus company release “My School Bus, the Safest Form of Student Transportation” to promote National School Bus Safety Week.
An official ceremony with a work of art, refresher training, and a visit from a mascot were some of the ways school transportation providers and suppliers marked NAPT’s National School Bus Safety Week.
Districts, school bus companies, and suppliers hold refresher training, partner with law enforcement, and advocate for key legislation.
Former SBF Executive Editor Thomas McMahon bids a fond farewell to the school transportation industry after 16 years.
Durham's recruiters team up with school districts and the company’s safety team to educate their communities about school bus safety. Through that effort, they are able to hire more drivers.
School bus safety takes the spotlight in a reception at the Pennsylvania Governor’s Residence.
Branden Pagurayan’s winning poster contest entry illustrates this year’s National School Bus Safety Week theme: "#Stop on Red."
The training company supports National School Bus Safety Week with a series of PSAs and a safety poster.
Transportation and law enforcement officials promote the importance of stopping for school buses with their red lights flashing and stop arms extended.
The Navajo president and VP sign an official proclamation that was advocated by Ganado USD school bus drivers and staff.
Anita Krasteva and her brothers Petar and Angel were top entrants in the 2016 North Carolina poster contest. Anita went on to win a national title.
An event at the Governor’s Residence highlights school bus safety issues and recognizes winners of the state’s poster contest and safety competition.
The New York School Bus Contractors Association holds a variety of school bus safety events throughout the state and renews its call for stiffer penalties for drivers who illegally pass stopped school buses.