ELYRIA, Ohio — The good news is that over the last four decades, the average number of annual school bus occupant fatalities in the U.S. has dropped by nearly half—and the better news is that the future holds promise for even further improvement.
MADISON, Ind. — Rotary Lift has launched its highest capacity two-post lifts to date with the introduction of the SPO16 and SPO20 lifts. Both lifts feature award-winning Trio arms and available Shockwave technology.
STEVENSVILLE, Md. — Heavy duty vehicle lift leader Stertil-Koni today announced that the 5th National Lift Week kicks off Monday, Oct. 8, and runs through Saturday, Oct. 13. The six-day event showcases best practices in vehicle lift safety, service and performance.
There were more fatal crashes reported last year that involved all types of buses and motorcoaches, NHTSA officials announced today when it released preliminary figures from its annual Fatality Analysis Reporting System, though school-bus-specific data was not yet available.
What does the future look like? That’s a popular question on cable TV these days it seems. For School Transportation News readers, though, let me rephrase that: In 25 years—one generation from now—what will traditional-looking yellow school buses look like?