Radio Engineering Inc. (REI), announced it has integrated its mobile video surveillance system primarily for sideview mirror vision systems to help school bus drivers and trainers keep a better eye on the "Danger Zone" and illegal passers.
Smith Electric Vehicles Corp. signed a letter of intent with commercial vehicles manufacturer Wanxiang Group to manufacture and sell all-electric school buses in China. The deal could be worth up to $100 million.
The U.S. Department of Transportation announced the first-ever federally proposed guidelines on driver distraction to encourage automobile manufacturers to limit the distraction risk for in-vehicle electronic devices.
Infant car seat manufacturer Britax announced a safety recall for its Chaperone Infant Car Seat to repair a defect in the harness adjuster.
The C.E. White Co., a leading manufacturer of school bus seats, announced it is closing its South Hutchinson/Yoder facility in Kansas on Jan. 31.
Transportation and communication equipment have been adapted in recent decades to meet the needs of people with physical, cognitive or behavior disabilities. Now cell phones will, too.
Manufacturer StarTrans Bus Corporation announced it is recalling an undetermined number of model-year 2011 and 2012 MFSABs.