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Toyota!

The catch-phrase from the 1980s TV commercials is coming to the school bus industry. Sort of.
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Drunk School Bus Drivers Continue to Slip Through the Cracks

The arrest early Thursday morning of NASCAR driver A.J. Allmendinger for driving under the influence unfortunately won't surprise many sports fans who have grown accustomed to athletes running afoul of…
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School Bus Accident, With a Twist

There are numerous accidents involving school buses that occur on a daily basis. Many are caused by either unaware motorists or teenage drivers, and, even when there are little or…
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Tragedy Compounded by Tasteless News Coverage

This morning two students, a brother and sister, were struck while crossing the street to reach their bus stop. The little 6-year-old girl was killed and her brother, who is…
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Safety Goes Beyond the Stop

When you send your children to school every day, whether it be for classes or some sort of school event, you normally feel secure in the thought that they are…
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Head Start Center Celebrates School Bus Safety Week

About a few weeks ago, one of our bus drivers, Ruben Meza, brought in an article from our local newspaper. The article was about an emergency evacuation that had to…
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And Now We Can Add "Distracted Flying" to a Frustrating Trend

Just how did a Northwest Airlines flight 188 overfly its Minneapolis destination by 150 miles on Oct. 22? It wasn't fatigue, as first speculated; it was "distracted flying" according to…
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Another Florida Tragedy

It grieves me to tell you that we have lost another child in Florida. Seven-year-old Somer Thompson was last seen on the afternoon of Oct. 19, running ahead and away…
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Motorists Learn Lessons the Hard Way

Across the country last week, thousands of drivers were ticketed for passing stopped school buses and in the process received some rude awakenings on school bus safety.
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The Effect of Charter Schools on Transportation Services

In the November magazine issue of School Transportation News, contributor Lisa J. Hudson talks about how an increase in charter schools nationwide could bring with it challenges for these charters…
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