Sunday, June 26, 2022


David Brewington, senior technician at the South Carolina Department of Education, said inspections and preventive maintenance schedules are two of the most important aspects of keeping fleets in working order.

Updated: FMCSA Extends State Waiver Option for ‘Under-the-Hood’ CDL Test Requirement

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) granted a 90-day extension to temporarily waive the ‘under-the-hood’ skills test that is part of a new...

Tennessee District Uses AI Technology to Improve Fleet Efficiency

April Miller is the training and safety coordinator at Cleveland City School District in Tennessee, which has 36 buses running 28 routes. During a...

Perception vs. Protection: Discussing Clean Air Onboard the School Bus

A discussion among subject matter experts examined the effectiveness of various methods of cleaning the air inside a school bus for optimal student and...

CDC No Longer Requires Face Masks On School Buses

Students no longer must wear masks when riding U.S. school buses, but the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said school districts still have...

Updated: Masks Coming Off at West Coast Schools

Three states with among the strictest mask mandates in the U.S. announced school students will no longer have to wear the coverings indoors starting...

First Student Acquires Apple Bus Company

The largest school bus contractor in North America just got bigger with the acquisition of Apple Bus Company. First Student announced on Thursday that...

June 2022

Read this month's issue for articles on zero-emission school buses, onboard Wi-Fi, keeping the focus on safety, how to...

Buyer’s Guide 2022

Find the latest vehicle production data and budget reports, industry trends, and contact information for state, national and federal...


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