The recent sudden spike in deadly school bus stop fatalities may prompt more examination into what really happened in each dreadful case. Those efforts may also help lead to the development of new ways to improve student safety at school bus stop pickup/dropoff areas nationwide.
Multiple instances of students being hurt or killed by motorists driving near school bus stops or illegally passing school buses have made the national media, prompting a return to best practices and safety efforts long championed by the industry.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is responding to a rash of student fatalities and injuries this week at school bus stops, by urging motorists to pay more attention and “exercise caution.”
Indiana State Police arrested a 24-year-old woman on felony charges in the deaths of three siblings as they crossed a two-lane road to their school bus.
BELTON, Mo.— Safe Fleet announced today its participation in the upcoming 2018 NAPT Annual Conference and Tradeshow in Kansas City, Missouri. At this year’s event, attendees can learn more about Safe Fleet’s intelligent perimeter safety solutions that are aimed at turning the Danger Zone into a Safety Zone, at booth #629.
The School Bus Safety Company has recreated its popular school bus “Danger Zones Training Program” to address students who continue to die while crossing the street to and from their stops.