Transportation software and app company Transfinder said last month that it posted its lateset record revenue numbers following a strong first six months of the year that saw total sales increase by 23 percent year-over-year.
School Transportation News caught up with Murrell Martin, state director from Utah and the 2015 National Congress on School Transportation steering committee chair, at the STN EXPO in Reno, Nevada. Murrell shared several items of interest in preparation for NCST in May, including the special committees formed to chronicle industry innovations and tell the story of the yellow school bus.
Tech companies Zonar and Transfinder Corp. are teaming up to provide Cabell County Public Schools in West Virginia with a one-two punch when it comes to keeping track of buses and students.
Thomas Built Buses became the first school bus OEM with a female president and CEO. Now, the subsidiary of Daimler Trucks North America has a female vice president of engineering.
DECATUR, Ga. — City Schools of Decatur will soon become the 12th school district in Georgia to partner with American Traffic Solutions (ATS) to deploy CrossingGuard®, ATS' technology to help school districts address the growing problem of illegal passing of school buses that are stopped and boarding or disembarking children.
There’s an old saying in the advertising business: When someone goes into a hardware store to buy a shovel, they don’t really want a shovel. What they really want is a hole.
In the Chinese Calendar, 2015 is the Year of the Sheep, yet engine and vehicle upgrades coming to the industry give customers no reason to be sheepish. And manufacturers are hoping customers will soon line up to test purchase the new offerings.