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on cell service, which can be spotty. Parents who are unable to connect to the system therefore feel alienated. Plus, some platforms require office personnel to upload information every day, in order to keep it accurate. Cox said he also wants audible


turn-by-turn directions. Spot My Bus has a speaker that runs off of the GPS in the bus computer to accomplish this. It also keeps track of what the bus is doing each trip. “For instance,” Cox explained, “if


my driver is going off-route around a construction site for three days in a row, Spot My Bus keeps track of those repetitions. A sub driver can get in that bus the next day, know what the driver has been doing, and receive the most common directions that the regular driver takes. As far as I know, Spot My Bus is the first company to offer that, and I’m helping


them pilot this in Texas. We’re also working on a trial with Zonar, because eventually, we want turn-by- turn directions, student tracking and parent notification.” In St. Paul, Minnesota, Director


of Transportation Tom Burr is also an advocate of trying before buying. Currently, St. Paul Public Schools uses an app from Box Clever Canada that informs parents if the bus is running late. “It’s not perfect, but it satisfies a


current need,” Burr said. “I don’t anticipate signing on to any specific system this school year. Minneapolis schools have gone fully with Synovia, and I’m taking a wait-and-see-how- they-do approach. My school board wants something of this nature, but I don’t think that they are fully aware of the cost.” Burr then added, “If the district


is going to put that kind of money toward a product, I’m going to make sure it works and works well. We plan on piloting Synovia’s tablet on a small scale and are also looking at Tyler Drive.” In the same vein, school bus contractor National Express took matters into its own hands and developed a proprietary app. “It’s very flexible, so our operations team can go in and make changes quickly,” said Andy Ptak, vice president of information technology. “Tere is a link in the app that allows parents to share feedback with us, and we have a portal to track that feedback. Te app is routing system agnostic, which means that it connects with any routing software that districts already have, and is also available in Spanish and French.” Another app was developed by


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