Alabama School Bus Inspection Expert Remembered

Greg Ray, supervisor of school bus maintenance at Mobile County Public Schools and retired supervisor of the Alabama school bus inspection program, passed away on Oct. 30 following a long…
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Three-Point Seat Belts Required on All New Houston ISD Buses

In light of a fatal accident that claimed the lives of two high school students last September, the Houston Independent School District (HISD) announced Tuesday that all new school buses…
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N.Y. Contractor’s Association Elects New President

The New York School Bus Contractor’s Association has elected Michael Martucci as its new president. Martucci previously served as the association’s president for two years and has been a part…
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Zonar Announces Winners of $50K Technology Grants

Zonar Systems awarded 11 school districts with up to $50,000 each in fleet management technology tools with the Don Carnahan Memorial Grant presented last week in partnership with the National…
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With 100th Birthday Upcoming, Thomas Built Buses Gets Busy

It’s dizzying the number of technological innovations on display at the 2015 NAPT Summit, especially from one manufacturer that got its 100th anniversary celebration off to an early yet raucous…
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NJ School Bus Motion Sensor Bill Advances

An education panel in the New Jersey state assembly advanced Bill A-1455 on Monday, which intends to increase school bus safety by detecting the presence of students in the bus’…
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Driving Safety

In his 1997 book, “An Integrative Theory of Leadership,” social psychologist Dr. Martin Chemers writes that leaders are ultimately woven from the fibers of trust that a group has in…
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SafeStop App Adds School Bus Tracking in Five States

Some 30,000 parents in Colorado, Illinois, Maine, Oregon and Texas could soon have the ability to track when and where their children got on and off the school bus.
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