Jim Sumrell, chief operating officer for the Clarksville-Montgomery (Tenn.) School System, and Kelley Platt, CEO of Thomas Built Buses, stand next to the redesigned Saf-T-Liner EFX, which includes new features based on customer feedback. The school system received the first new EFX buses that rolled off of Thomas’ production line. Learn more about the large bus innovations being brought to market in this issue.
Ohio Student Transporters See Positive Results in Loading/Unloading Zone With Auxiliary LEDs
'Kayden's Amendment' passes U.S. House, Illinois Secretary of State Honored, some California CNG buses grounded, latest SCR vs. EGR study, bus routes cut at Texas school district, Biz Bites and more.
School Bus Manufacturers Implementing the Three Rs for 'Green' Manufacturing
The Future is Now
School bus manufacturers discuss their latest innovations designed to reduce total cost of ownership
From Concept to the Road
Early 1990s task force in Oklahoma led by two industry veterans was prophetic in imagining today's school bus technology
A New Vision
Reinventing Blue Bird's Next-Generation Propane Vision from the drawing board to final certification
Video Helps Secure Voter Approval for New School Buses in NY
Striking the Relationship Balance Between HR and Transportation
Pilot RFID Tracking for Students With Special Needs in Texas
Tennessee School District the First to Receive New Thomas EFX Buses
How to Wash in a Changing World
By Jack Jackson
First Take By Ryan Gray
Bad Publicity or Good?
Publisher's Corner By Tony Corpin
Why Drive When You Can Surf?
Products & Solutions