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Pennsylvania is in danger of losing the school bus industry

  • 9/21/2020 8:42:00 AM
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Pennsylvania is in danger of losing the school bus industry is an op-ed article released by the executive director, Mike Berk urging the importance of the school bus industry and due to the current pandemic that if we do not take extreme measures to keep the industry alive. As Pennsylvania’s school bus industry, our job is to keep the wheels on the bus going round and round. And we love what we do. Our mission is to safely transport more than 1.5 million Pennsylvania students to and from school...
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Bus companies face challenges with return to school

  • 9/11/2020 11:05:00 AM
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In this article, The Herald interviews executive director Mike Berk about PSBA's view on the COVID-19 Pandemic and the concerns around only putting a 1/4 of the students on a school vehicle and the financial strains this will cause on all parties.  To read the full interview please click here.
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State Lawmakers Want to Keep Students Safe on School Buses

  • 8/24/2018 8:13:00 AM
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PSBA has been meeting with legislators and other state officials at every opportunity to emphasize the need to include school buses in any discussions related to school safety and security. Last week, PSBA participated in a school safety roundtable in Williamsport. As a result of our presence at that meeting, WHTM 27 News in Harrisburg reached out to PSBA Executive Director Mike Berk. See the story and interview here.
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Trib Live: Bus Firms Recruit Drivers via TV, Social Media for Seneca Valley Area Routes

  • 8/2/2016 8:16:00 AM
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Within a matter of weeks, students across the Seneca Valley School District will be preparing to board buses for the first day of a new school year. As that day approaches, the companies that will operate those buses are dealing with an issue that they and companies like them have faced for several years — making sure they have enough qualified drivers.
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