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Texas School Bus Driver’s Death Ruled Suicide Following Student Crossing Injury

Killeen Independent School District in Texas, located north of Austin, barely avoided a fatality on the first day of school, after a student was...

PSA Reminds Motorist About Risks of Not Stopping for School Buses

A new video produced by the Child Safety Network depicts the tragic consequences of motorists failing to heed school buses that are loading and...

Update: Texas Student Hit By Truck After Stepping Out of School Bus

Editor's note: An original headline erroneously reported that the student was killed. The student was hospitalized with injuries and was in stable condition at...

NTSB on Getting Back to School Safely

COVID-19 has changed how we look at our health and safety. In the world of traffic safety, school-bus crashes are relatively rare, but our...

Indiana Continues Battle Against Illegal Passing of School Buses

Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb called on more than 200 law enforcement agencies across the state to begin conducting extra patrols this fall to safeguard...

NHTSA to Conduct School Bus Illegal Passing Surveys

Two new illegal passing surveys by the National Highway of Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) aim to assess the knowledge of drivers nationwide about the...

Webinar Discusses Leveraging School Bus Stop-Arm Camera to Improve Community Safety

An effective strategy to combat illegal school bus passing requires a thorough understanding of state laws, high-quality camera systems and robust data retrieval capabilities. Frank...

Florida Law Increases Fines for Illegally Passing Stopped School Bus

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis signed 21 bills into law on Saturday, including one that increases the fine for illegally passing a stopped school bus....

School Bus Seatbelts, Illegal Passing Included in Federal Transportation Infrastructure Proposal

House Democrats unveiled a $494 billion transportation infrastructure plan to address federal funding, which is set to expire in September, that targets a new...

COVID-19 is Changing Our World & How We Operate – Are You Ready?

School districts are faced with having to make a significant number of changes this coming school year: changes to how they transport students, schedule...

November 2020

This month’s issue features articles on the transportation director of the year, Todd Watkins of Montgomery County Public Schools...

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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