Tuesday, October 27, 2020

Special Reports

Cleaning, Screening and Accountability

When he analyzed recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on social distancing and calculated how they would affect passenger capacity...

KPI’s Take On New Meaning When Transporting Students in COVID-19 Era

With schools facing increasing costs due to COVID-19, transportation directors need to provide accurate data for a positive impact on transportation budgets. Key performance...

COVID-19, Environment Give Electric School Buses a Jump Start

When it comes to introducing electric vehicles to school district fleets, Patrick Gervais wants decision-makers to know that the future is now, even with...
Photo by David George.

Virtual Student Classes Put School Bus Driver Employment at Risk

Seemingly like most everything else when it comes to addressing the new novel coronavirus, the fate of whether school bus drivers stay on district...
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.

Keeping Stride

Summer came early and abruptly, not only for the students and some staff members, but also for school buses. They were prepared to transport...

COVID-19 Uncertainty Keeps School Bus Garage Experts on Their Toes

While school buses that sit for an extended period of time don’t generate much concern from leading maintenance professionals, they indicated that unprecedented route...

October 2020

This month’s issue features articles on this year’s ‘Rising Stars’ as well as articles on tablets, grants, and more. Read...

Buyer’s Guide 2020

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

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