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Driving perfection - N.J. bus driver goes 30-plus years without an accident

Bus| July 2, 2013

Gerald Cameron has been driving an NJ Transit bus for nearly 31 years. Impressive. But what's truly impressive is that Cameron has never had an accident. He has logged an estimated 825,000 miles. (Video by Andre Malok/The Star-Ledger)

Are ‘Automatics’ a part of your bus operator training program?

| August 10, 2012
Curb jumping. Heavy braking. Excessive speed. Dangerous action. These words are sometimes utilized and documented by training bus instructors when evaluating a trainee. Having these words appear early on in a training program is not rare; it’s when the training nears its end and these words are still being used on the trainee’s evaluation forms that should cause concern.
April 1, 2011

How to improve bus operator reaction time

A discussion about bus operator reaction time will no doubt bring many different opinions on its definition. There are formulas to come up with reaction time and, maybe I'm the lone wolf on this subject, but breaking down the science of reaction time for bus operators is something I did not spend much time doing. Allow me to share with you something that I feel is of greater importance, the "Adverse Reaction Tip Off!"
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