Ride-Hailing: Opportunity or Threat?

In the past, traveling in a city meant you hailed a taxi to take you from place to place. That has completely changed with travelers now using apps to find an Uber or Lyft driver in the area that quickly picks them up and takes them where they need to go.

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What's the Code Word?

The special needs school bus pulls up and no parent or family member is home to receive the child. Go figure. With more than 500 special needs students on Tempe Elementary school buses every afternoon, even a one-percent occurrence is a huge problem to an otherwise well-choreographed routing system. 

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8 Words Conference Presenters Want to Hear

Whether you are a keynote speaker or addressing a pupil transportation committee this summer, there are eight words that will effectively enhance your self-esteem. These eight words can have such a profound impact on your overall demeanor and performance.

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Ride-Sharing Program for Kids Goes Bust

The dominance of the school bus remains unfettered. Long live the school bus. A San Francisco-based start-up that was referred to as the “Uber for kids” has stalled. The company announcing that it was closing shop after failing to raise the necessary funds.

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