Tuesday, June 22, 2021

Special Reports

A New Way of Conducting Evacuation Drills

At the onset of COVID-19, transportation leaders had to find creative ways to keep their staff and students trained in a myriad of topics,...

Mental Health Took a Back Seat to Physical Health During COVID-19

Practice proper hand hygiene, stay six feet apart and wear a mask in public. Even the youngest of school-age children can probably recite this...

Connecticut School Districts Rely on Transportation to Serve Students Experiencing Homelessness

For many homeless families, access to reliable transportation is imperative. The ability of parents to work and focus on other essential tasks can require...

Selecting the Fuel that Makes Cents for You: Renewable Diesel 

Editor’s Note: This article is the third of a three-part series focusing on alternative fuel options for school districts.  Not to be confused with biodiesel...

The Driving Force

Without school bus drivers, the wheels don’t go round-and-round. And with an ongoing school bus driver shortage made worse by the COVID-19 pandemic, that...
Closeup of classic yellow school bus parked on the street of New York City

School Bus Contractors Stuck in Traffic on Road to COVID-19 Recovery

Private school bus contractors cannot wait until the day the COVID-19 pandemic is in their rearview mirrors. Fallout from COVID-19 has tested their resilience...

June 2021

This issue of School Transportation News contains articles on school bus contractors, onboard Wi-Fi for students, driver shortages, and...

Buyer’s Guide 2021

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

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