Homeless youth transportation challenges transportation departments across the nation. We talk to a couple of colleagues who work with this very delicate population on a daily basis and discuss helpful tips and techniques to successfully transporting students who may be experiencing some form of homelessness.
Betty Baker, Blogger of "Bus Me, Betty!" and Bus Driver in Ohio, joins the show to give us an interesting perspective of being a transplant from Australia driving a school bus in America! Check out the great energy that Betty brings and check out her hilarious tales of driving a big yellow bus at busmebetty.com
We are back for 2021 and to kick off the new year, the Arizona Association for Pupil Transportation (AAPT) stop by to talk about what's on the horizon for 2021, conference and Bus Rodeo!
Shannon, Chad & Jason look back on 2020, COVID-19, the past 22 episodes and share thoughts on the first "year" of the show, sharing their favorite topics, guests and look ahead to 2021!
Some friends of the show bring some new friends to discuss the history of technology on the school bus, how it's evolved in the last 10 years and share their current technology favorites that help in their daily operations. A little nostalgia for the veteran transportation folks as well as some good helpful nuggets.
Most everyone knows the name ROUSH when talking about automobiles, but did you know that ROUSH is an option for the school bus? Adam Wilkum, Derek Whaley & Eric Kissel join the show to talk about propane autogas as a fuel option for school bus fleets.
My friends Chad, Shannon, Stephanie & Tommy return discuss what transportation has been like for a little over a month since students have returned to in-person learning, share successes, silver-linings and what we have to continue working on as we get back to "normal".
October 19th-23rd is School Bus Safety Week and to help continue to bring awareness to such an important topic, we talk with some great people doing important work around the country as it relates to stopping for the school bus. We hear from NASDPTS President, Mike LaRocco, Executive Director, Charlie Hood, Red Means Stop-PA founder, Amber Clark & Bus Patrol CEO, Jean Souliere. You don't want to skip this episode!