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Government of Alberta: Transportation

Government of Alberta: Transportation

(en) (website) - 5/22/19 Links to Alberta governments safety courses for school bus operators
Becoming a Bus Driver: What Training is Required

Becoming a Bus Driver: What Training is Required

(en) (website) - 5/23/19 Provides what skills are needed and considered before embarking into the bus industry
Five Top Employment Issues

Five Top Employment Issues

(en) (website) - 5/23/19 Five major employment issues that the bus industry faces
Bus Drivers and Subway and Other Transit Operators Analytical Text

Bus Drivers and Subway and Other Transit Operators Analytical Text

(en) (website) - 5/22/19 Statistics and an outlook for career prospects within the bus industry
SmartDriver for Motor Coach

SmartDriver for Motor Coach

(en) (website) - 5/23/19 Answers questions and provides links to the Motor Coach SmartDriver program
Assessment of Hybrid-Electric Transit Bus Technology

Assessment of Hybrid-Electric Transit Bus Technology

(en) (website) - 5/22/19 Outlines decision making guidelines, comprehensive life cycles, and implementation of Hybrid buses into transit systems
2008 Transit Operator Recruitment Guide

2008 Transit Operator Recruitment Guide

(en) (pdf) - 5/23/19 Recruitment guide for transit operators provides information on becoming a transit operator and qualifications required for candidates.
On the Move 2006 Canadian Bus Industry Human Resources Study Summary Report

On the Move 2006 Canadian Bus Industry Human Resources Study Summary Report

(en) (website) - 5/22/19 Summary report of the 2006 Canadian Bus Industry Human Resources Study.
Workforce/Skills Demand Forecast to 2016

Workforce/Skills Demand Forecast to 2016

(en) (pdf) - 5/20/19 Outlines workforce changes and industry evolution since 1997.
The Impact of Technology

The Impact of Technology

(en) (pdf) - 5/23/19 Discusses the progressive stance in the Canadian bus industry related to technology innovation and implementation. Highlights the importance of involving employees in technology integration.
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