Brightbill Transportation is located in Cornwall Rd, Lebanon, Pennsylvania, United States. This company specializes in school bus drivers.
In the mornings, students will be required to wear a face mask or sanitize their hands upon entering the bus. In addition, windows and roof vents will be opened as often as possible. Drivers will also spray disinfecting solution and wipe down seats, handrails and high-touch areas as frequently as needed. In the afternoons, buses will be fogged with a disinfecting solution and windshields and mirrors will be cleaned to prevent germs from spreading inside the vehicle.
As part of a partnership with Penn Medicine Lancaster General Health, Shultz offers its drivers health insurance, which Kramer said is rare for private school bus companies that typically do not offer benefits to their drivers. He said the company also provides paid training, a $2,000 sign-on bonus, and a 401(k) with a 50% company match.
East Stroudsburg Area School District contracts with Brightbill Transportation to provide 55 buses and five vans to transport students during the school day and for extra-curricular activities. The district says its drivers are a "critical component" in ensuring student safety.
The district uses the company to transport its 6,000 students to and from school. Despite the ongoing national shortage of bus drivers, Brightbill has enough to get students around the region each day. But it's not without challenges. For one, the cost of a new bus is rising as the price of steel rises due to tariffs imposed by the Trump administration.