Schools Add Transit Options for Unique Travel Needs
June 22, 2018
By: Matt Zalaznick
Source: District Administration
The K12 transportation landscape is getting increasingly complex, as districts wrestle with issues ranging from school choice and questions of equity to how to subsidize mass transit for urban students.
In some districts, services that employ parentsas drivers have rolled in to fill the gap. In Seattle, Mayor Jenny Durkan has proposed making year-round, public transit free for high school students. In Boston, they can buy discounted passes.