Transportation Services Co. Launches $50 Million Bus Buyback Program

CHARLESTON SC — Industry-leading Fleet Management Company announced today that it has added a new capital program for school districts and transportation contractors to buy back aging fleets and replace them with new vehicles. The company says this may be a great opportunity for cash flow-focused contractors and budget-restricted school districts, to use leasing and financing solutions that can be customized to fit their student transportation program’s unique needs and circumstances.

Free Tool Helps with VW Settlement Fund Applications

Grant experts at consulting company Gladstein, Neandross & Associates (GNA) have introduced a free online tool to assist school districts and school bus contractors that are looking to apply for Volkswagen Mitigation Trust Fund monies.

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Recorded Webinar: Propane School Buses Stretch Tight Budgets

Every day, school districts must stretch tight budgets in today’s economy. But the decisions school district officials make in terms of selecting school buses have a profound effect on many critical issues: students’ well-being, taxpayer-supported district budgets, staffing and personnel, and even the quality of air that people in a community breathe.

$94M for Electric, CNG School Buses in Calif.

Under Grant Funding Opportunity GFO-17-607 (School Bus Replacement for California School Districts and County Offices of Education), California school districts can apply for a share of $94.1 million in funding to purchase new electric or CNG school buses, as well as charging and fueling infrastructure.

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