Every industry faces a persisting driver shortage. To stay staffed with safe, professional drivers, many companies recruit from competitors, and even other industries, in an ongoing cycle of turnover that leaves difficult-to-fill gaps. Before reaching for the proverbial wallet, explore other methods of retaining drivers and operators, especially your top performers.
Bus fleets everywhere are looking for ways to reduce emissions without blowing up budgets. This case study shows how one Midwestern city has run their bus fleet on biodiesel for years, reaping the benefits of lower emissions without a higher cost.
The safety of your students is your highest priority, and transporting students in wheelchairs requires even greater preparation, attention to detail, and observation of your fl eet in order to ensure these students’ safety.
Understanding different budgeting concepts, assessing district growth, and forecasting fuel use are some of the essential steps in developing and maintaining a sound budget.
These specifications for school buses and operational procedures are available for states to consider when establishing their standards, specifications, recommendations, and guidelines.
Using visuals and short, simple statements can help school bus staff better communicate with students who have hearing, vision and cognitive impairments as well as physical endurance issues. Meanwhile, transportation directors should build a solid communication plan between drivers and aides, teachers, nurses and parents.
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