Calif. State Legislature OKs Bill to Start School Later

The California State Assembly has voted to pass the School Start Time Bill, SB 328, which says it would give students more sleep time, by a 41-30 vote. It was then…
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U.S. Senate Honors School Bus Safety in September

The U.S. Senate voted unanimously to endorse the Child Safety Network’s Safe Bus campaign, after “many months of effort and review by various federal committees,” participants reported.
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Tropical Depression Gordon is Heading North

Tropical depression Gordon is in the process of turning north and entering Missouri from Arkansas as of Friday morning. Gordon will then gradually turn northeast towards the Great Lakes area Friday…
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NYC Schools Chancellor Visits Logan Bus for Startup

Richard Carranza left his house before the sun came up to deliver a pep talk with bus drivers at contractor Logan Bus’ Ozone Park headquarters.
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Video Exonerates School Bus Driver Accused by Students

A Pittsburgh-area police chief said a review of school bus video “completely discredited” two middle school students who alleged “inappropriate actions” committed by their school bus driver.
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EPA Extends Clean Diesel Tribal Grant Applications Timeline

The U.S. EPA announced that it is extending the deadline for tribal governments and beneficiaries to apply for approximately $2 million for reducing diesel emissions from commercial vehicles, including school…
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Calif. Law Addresses School Buses Without 3-Point Seat Belts

Gov. Jerry Brown has approved legislation that requires all remaining school buses in operation statewide that are not equipped with lap-shoulder seat belts, to be off the road by July…
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Webasto’s Nigro Remembered After Losing Cancer Battle

Sam Nigro, a former Webasto representative specializing in the school bus, transit and motor coach industries, passed away from cancer on Aug. 21. He was 86.
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Hawaii Schools Reopen Following Tropical Storm Lane

The Hawaii Department of Education has reopened school and related activities for most campuses statewide, following an onslaught of heavy rainfall and flooding from Tropical Storm Lane.
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American Yellow School Bus Comes to South Korea

Trans Tech Bus, Inc. announced this week that South Korea students under the age of 13 are now riding to and from school on the country’s first-ever American school bus,…
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