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GM Takes Next Step in Going 'Public'

General Motors filed a registration statement with United States Securities and Exchange Commission for its proposed initial public offering of common stock, an intent that the company first announced earlier…
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Propane Power to Be Used in School Buses Comes to DIY Network

ROUSH Performance Engineering is partnering with Micro Bird to develop a liquid propane school bus application that is expected to go into production this fall. But before then, television audiences…
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Making Student Safety a Priority One Street at a Time

How is this for an industrious undertaking? New York City will be unveiling a wide-sweeping project to reduce pedestrian injuries and fatality including those in school zones.
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The Risk of Being a School Bus Driver

Keep this in mind as school districts prepare for the start of school or are already up and running with school transportation operations: school bus driver training hours, not a…
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A New Reason for Improved School Bus Driver Fitness

It doesn't take a genius to conclude that a sedentary lifestyle can be bad for one's health. But a new study published in the American Journal of Epidemiology suggests that…
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Sweltering Summer Heat and Children Left on the Bus

There's a hook in a rhythm and blue song that goes, "It never rains in Southern California." It certainly doesn't happen much, and rarely if ever in mid-July.
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The Latest Peek at the Future of Alt Fuels for Buses?

With the industry still waiting to see a prototype of the announced, upcoming Starcraft-Hino Type C conventional, developments out of Tokyo this week sheds some light on the potential of…
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First Observer Program Welcomes New Recruits

During its second stop to the annual STN EXPO, next month the TSA's First Observer program will train attendees on how to spot suspicious vehicles and people, a need the…
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Is GM Headed Back to the Medium-Duty Business?

That's the question Type A conversion and cut-way bus customer can ask after a report last week indicated that GM's light-duty sales are taking a hit ever since the company…
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