SBF - Newsline Tuesday Edition
May 15, 2018
Student Struck by Car Passing School Bus in New York

Police say a vehicle hit a child and fled the scene, but officers later locate and charge the driver.

Teen Shot at School Bus Stop in Houston

Police say the shooting of the 18-year-old student was apparently the result of a fight at the bus stop.

Electric School Buses Take to the Road: Real-World Results

Operators see reliable and quieter operation, fuel cost savings, and longer brake life. They recommend partnering with utility companies, installing charging infrastructure before receiving buses, and extensive driver training.

School Bus Fleet Photo Contest: Give Us Your Best Shot

The competition is open to all kinds of shots related to school transportation. Two winners will each receive a $100 cash prize.

Introducing the IC Bus, Gasoline Powered CE Series Sponsored by IC BUS

IC Bus is now in production with the CE Series Gasoline Type C school bus. The CE Series with the PSI 8.8L gasoline engine is purpose built and designed for stop and start operation, featuring similar power and performance to diesel, which allows for immediate acceleration after stops and greater hill climbing capacity.

Durham Honors Special-Needs Team for Customer Service

The school bus company recognizes the Illinois team with its Customer Champion Award for cheering on special-needs students at a basketball game. 

Sharp Bus Lines Buys 60 New School Buses With 360-Degree Cameras, Collision Avoidance

The Canadian contractor’s new Thomas Built Saf-T-Liner C2 buses are equipped with the Perimeter View 360 camera package and Mobileye collision avoidance.

Safe Fleet Names 2018 Anti-Bullying Grant Winners

The fleet safety solutions supplier awards a total of $50,000 to help prevent bullying and promote kindness initiatives.

School Bus Safety Co. Honors ‘Safety Superstars’

The company recognizes several school districts and school bus companies for efforts to enhance safety training.

Network Radio

The new PortaMobile Network Radio can operate without an outside antenna on the bus, and installation involves only five self-tapping screws.

 
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