Special Needs Transportation

Take Part in School Bus Fleet’s Special-Needs Survey

Posted on January 7, 2019

SBF's Special-Needs Survey covers such topics as student ridership, driver pay, and special-needs bus equipment.
SBF's Special-Needs Survey covers such topics as student ridership, driver pay, and special-needs bus equipment.
School Bus Fleet’s 2019 Special-Needs Survey is now underway, and we need your input.


The survey covers such topics as special-needs student ridership, mainstreaming, driver pay, and special-needs bus equipment.

Transportation directors, managers, and other officials at school districts and contractor companies can fill out the questionnaire via this link.

The results of the Special-Needs Survey will appear in the February issue of SBF.

Related Topics: aide/monitor, special needs, wheelchairs

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