Cummins Mentors Honored at Female Engineers Conference

The Society for Women Engineers (SWE) Annual conference recognized three Cummins, Inc. employees for their contributions to women engineers and STEM advancements.
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Navistar, Technical Schools Address Garage Shortage

Amid a growing school bus and truck driver shortage nationwide, transportation garages are also suffering from a lack of skilled workers. Navistar announced a new partnership that addresses the skilled…
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NHTSA Orders Autonomous School Shuttle to Stop Operating

An autonomous shuttle serving schoolchildren in Babcock Ranch, Florida for the past month must cease service, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has informed vehicle manufacturer Transdev.
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States Consider School Buses in Plans for Volkswagen Funds

School Transportation News has reviewed information from all 50 U.S. states to determine how much each one planned to spend on school bus replacements with its share of Volkswagen Mitigation Trust…
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Controversial Study on N.Y. School Bus Delays Released

Chronic complaints from angry parents about school bus delays in New York City is one issue that hasn’t gone away. Now, a New York City Council study with some solid…
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Districts and States Combat School Bus Trespassing

Several recent incidents of adults trespassing on school buses have revived the conversation of how to best protect students and drivers. The incidents have also added another layer of depth…
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NTSB Urges 3-Point Belts in Medium-Sized Commercial Buses

Several small school bus manufacturers were named in a recommendation made by the National Transportation Safety Board to make lap-shoulder seat belts standard equipment, in response to a fatal, head-on…
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Walk and Bike to School Day Held Nationwide

Over 5,100 schools and hundred of thousands of students, parents and school officials participated yesterday in National Walk & Bike to School Day, an example of programs that are mostly…
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FMCSA Issues Emergency Declaration on Hurricane Michael

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) issued an immediate 30-day Regional Emergency Declaration in response to the arrival of Hurricane Michael.
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Pa. School Bus Driver Faces Sexual Assault Charges

The Pennsylvania Attorney General’s Office will try a 65-year-old former school bus driver on charges of indecent assault, harassment and other offenses related to touching female students.
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FBI: Hoax Threats Targeting Schools are Federal Crimes

FBI officials posted a back-to-school reminder on its website for students that making hoax threats against schools or other public places, such as school buses, “are serious federal crimes.”
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Missouri Districts Cope with Low School Bus Funding

Missouri districts are discussing running school bus operations amid low funding levels, even as the state Department of Elementary and Secondary Education asked the state legislature for increased levels of…
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