On March 12, 1968, 22 gentlemen from across the state got together in Kearney, Nebraska and held the first meeting of the Nebraska School Transportation Supervisors Association (now the Nebraska School Transportation Association). One of the highlights of that day was a performance demonstration of automatic transmissions in school buses.
School Bus Fleet News
- School bus driver training and phone use policies: Is clarification needed?Posted by Nicole Schlosser on November 25, 2015 at 8:00 am
It seems that pretty much everyone understands how dangerous it is to text while behind the wheel. But is there confusion among some drivers about forbidden phone use beyond texting, and is more specific training needed? […]
- Student behavior cited as factor in school bus crashPosted on November 24, 2015 at 7:42 pm
A driver in Colorado was distracted by noisy students before his bus veered off of a narrow road and rolled last week, district officials say. The driver was new to the job. […]
- School bus drivers honored for saving students from firePosted on November 24, 2015 at 8:00 am
Sammy Agunbiade of Houston, Texas, rushes the 30 students off the bus when he hears popping sounds and smells something strange. The bus explodes into flames as a second bus driver comes to take the students farther away from the bus. […]