Update: Transportation Slow to Return to Puerto Rico

While there was still little word the return of school bus operations, Puerto Rico's transit infrastructure is slowly coming back online amid continued shortages of food, water and fuel, said the American Public Transportation Association. 

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NACVS 2017 Scores High Marks for New Concept and Superb Technology Introductions

 Atlanta, Ga.— The first North American Commercial Vehicle Show (NACV Show), a new concept commercial vehicle industry trade show focused on truck & trailer manufacturers and commercial vehicle parts and  components suppliers, hosted 439 exhibitors covering 370,000 square feet of net exhibition space at the Georgia World Congress Center. Thirty percent of exhibitors are headquartered outside of the United States. A total of 6,000 unique visitors and 9,000 visits for the four-day show represented industry leaders, suppliers, top fleet owners and managers and 234 accredited international journalists. Top OEMs and solutions providers released their latest innovations, including hybrid and electric powered trucks, cutting-edge customizable trucks and trailers, advanced driver assistance systems, fuel efficiency equipment, safety technologies and high-quality truck accessories at the sold-out show.

$36 Million Awarded to Girl Hurt At School Bus Crossing

A jury ordered a school bus contractor to pay $36.1 million to the family of a girl struck by a vehicle while attempting to cross to her school bus, which was located at an unsafe stop that the company's bus driver never reported to management.

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Bond Reduced for School Bus Driver in Chattanooga Crash Case

A Hamilton County, Tennessee, judge approved a bond reduction for Johnthony Walker after reviewing statements and evidence submitted on behalf of the former school bus driver accused of vehiclular homicide in the fatal November 2016 Chattanooga school crash that killed six children and hospitalized 23 others.

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