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Wheelchair Mobility: How Far Has It Progressed?

Mobility has plays an important role for school bus drivers, aids, attendants and managers when it comes to daily fleet operations. Unfortunately, the challenge of securing mobility devices is still…
  • Last modified on Thursday, 04 May 2017 15:22

EPA Budget in House Crosshairs But DERA Program Expands

The National School Transportation Association said the Diesel Emissions Reduction Act program, or DERA, is earmarked to receive a 20 percent increase in funding, this despite an overall reduction in…
  • Last modified on Wednesday, 03 May 2017 09:46

Lap-Shoulder Belts Versus Compartmentalization

Use of lap-shoulder belts continues to top the list of controversial conversations in the world of school bus transportation. School districts across America are increasingly weighing the pros and cons…
  • Last modified on Wednesday, 03 May 2017 07:29

A Constant Eye on Events: Video Systems on School Buses

With budget and resource constraints, fleet operators may not have compelling reasons to invest in real-time, continuous loop video on school buses. As technology develops with speed and lower prices,…
  • Last modified on Tuesday, 02 May 2017 13:14

Study Cites Growth in School Bus Contracting, RFPs

A study by business-to-government (B2G) intelligence firm Onvia lists school bus service as its 10th fastest growing area of government contracting, which overall moves $2 trillion from the public to…
  • Last modified on Tuesday, 23 May 2017 07:45

New York Operation Safe Stop Targets Illegal Bus Passers

Operation Safe Stop was celebrated throughout the state of New York with associations like the New York Association for Pupil Transportation and the New York School Bus Contractors Association participating…
  • Last modified on Thursday, 27 April 2017 15:04