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Roundup: School Bus Crashes Spike

The initial scene in Boston was chaotic after a white sedan clipped a school bus full of children, parents scrambling to determine the level of damage done to the youngsters. Roughly 30 elementary students...

The Future of Driver Safety is Here Now

None of us in the school bus transportation industry can ever foresee the day when a school bus does not have an adult in the driver seat. What we can expect is for the...
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Roundup: Distraction Studies Abound, NYC School Bus Strike Gets Nasty

From the "oops" department, an erroneous headline for a Fox News Opinion article attibuted to John Stossel reported that "School Busses doesn't (sic) need seat belts but thanks to Team Obama you'll pay." The...

Roundup: Sinkhole Swallows Bus, Toy Guns Riles Up Police

Students aboard a Maize South High School bus in Wichita, Kansas, were relieved to know that the collective, sinking feeling they all experienced was actually the bus they were on dipping into a sinkhole....

Even Television Commercials Equate School Buses with Learning

STREAMWOOD, Ill. -- This time of year, commercials from a host of companies offering products that range from classroom supplies to clothes are in the swing of things when it comes to self-promotion. After...

Roundup: Ohio Woman Caught on Video Illegally Passing School Bus on Sidewalk

It's amazing what people will do to shorten their morning commutes. A Cleveland woman made headlines last week for finally being caught on camera driving on a sidewalk to avoid stopping for a school bus....

Video Blog: STN EXPO to Cover Challenges Facing School Districts

{vimeo}66431310|550{/vimeo} Many school districts are facing similar challenges regardless of their size. STN plans on tackling these challenges at this year's 20th Anniversary of the EXPO. Sylvia Arroyo, managing editor, introduces...

Roundup: Audit Finds that Districts Overpay for Transportation, Quintet in Bus Fires Investigated for...

Pennsylvania state auditor has discovered that school districts have spent millions more than they should on busing. Recent examinations by the state auditor discovered that 19 school districts in 11 counties paid a total...

How to Find Expansion in a Shrinking Economy

The economy remains in a state of apoplectic flux, no matter what financial experts might say. Far too many people, and school districts, continue along dire straits. This especially holds true...
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Travel Delays Pale in Comparison to Terrorism Concerns

Any seasoned air traveler knows that Murphy's Law often reigns when it comes to delays and cancellations, either due to weather or a technical glitch, the latter being the case for thousands of Southwest...
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