Kanawha County Schools in Charleston, West Virginia, recently equipped its Safety Bus with several technological improvements to increase child safety and training opportunities.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration hosted a meeting Thursday in Washington, D.C. that discussed the risk factors associated with student transportation services nationwide and that seeks input from industry and vehicle safety stakeholders to identify possible solutions to related injuries and fatalities.
While there are times designated throughout the year to focus on school bus safety, such as School Bus Safety Week in October or the American School Bus Council's Love the Bus in February, there is no wrong time to stop and take a second look at your passenger safety training. Every opportunity to reinforce safety is time well spent.
ELYRIA, Ohio — There are some tough challenges on the National Transportation Safety Board’s (NTSB) newest Most Wanted List of critical changes needed to reduce transportation accidents and save lives. Sharing the NTSB’s goals of safer highway travel for everyone, the team at Bendix Commercial Vehicle Systems LLC supports its efforts and believes several of those challenges can be addressed through a combination of approaches, including driver assistance technologies and the continued evolution of advanced safety systems.
Preparing bus fleets for equipment-abusing slush, snow, salt and cold is more than just a matter of being in the moment. Due to this, transportation directors often begin their winter preparations years in advance.
The National Transportation Safety Board released a video of its annual list of critical changes the federal agency has deemed necessary to reduce transportation accidents and save lives.
New details about the fatal school bus crash in Chattanooga, Tennessee, have emerged that cast doubt on previous reports that suggested the driver intended to crash the bus.