New Mexico School Buses Shot at With BB Gun

Two different school buses taking high school volleyball players home from Española, New Mexico were hit by BB gun pellets that broke some windows.
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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…
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States to Submit Plans for VW Mitigation Trust Fund Money

The clock is ticking for all 50 states, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico to submit plans for receiving their portions of the $2.7 billion VW Settlement Environmental Mitigation…
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Allison Transmission Nine-Speed Automatic Destined for School Buses

School buses will be among the medium- and heavy-duty commercial vehicles that will benefit from a new nine-speed, fully automatic transmission that targets reduced greenhouse gas emissions and increased fuel…
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Seattle Public Schools Implements Stop-Arm Video Enforcement

Seattle motorists who illegally pass stopped school buses face a $419 fine after the local school district entered an agreement with American Traffic Solutions and King County to videotape, verify…
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EPA Accepting Applications for School Bus Rebate Program

The U.S. EPA announced school districts, school bus contractors, state and local governments, and tribal governments can now apply for their share of an expected $7.25 million to replace older…
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Bendix Developing 'Rollaway' Parking Interlocks for Buses

Bendix Commercial Vehicle Systems announced plans at the North American Commercial Vehicle Show in Atlanta to introduce a feature that automatically prevents vehicle rollaway in the event of a failure…
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No-Cost TSA Training Highlights School Bus Safety Month

The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) is using a recent U.S. Senate resolution recognizing September 2017 as School Bus Safety Month to promote “version 3.0” of its First Observer security awareness…
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University Study Finds NatGas Beats Diesel in Low-Duty NOx

A study performed by the University of California, Riverside’s College of Engineering and Center for Environmental Research and Technology (CE-CERT) examines the benefits of a low-emissions Cummins natural gas engine…
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