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.
What were you doing 25 years ago? I was in college, trying to figure out what I wanted to do in life. But Bill and Colette Paul had it all figured out.
Bill Moore, owner of Moore School Bus, received the Pennsylvania School Bus Association “Bus Stops Here Award” at the PSBA Annual Convention & Trade Show.
The Student Transportation Association of Indiana (STAI) last month bestowed its 40th annual Richard Pea Award to Susie Childress, director of transportation for Northwestern Consolidated School District of Shelby County, for her contributions to pupil transportation at the local and state levels.
A bipartisan bill in the U.S. Senate pushes for school buses to be eligible for federal E-rate funding for internet connectivity, signaling to the FCC that it might be time to rethink its standing policy on how to fund school Wi-Fi projects.
In contrast to the very noticeable yellow school bus, the technicians and inspectors who ensure those vehicles operate safely, are often overlooked, but that does not lessen their importance.