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17Jan

The Bus Stops Here: Evaluating Walking Routes to Bus Stops

1/17/2015| Reference Number : 66.0| School Bus | Bus stops, Passing a school bus, Release Time Statute | | Return|

School Boards are responsible for making decisions about bus stop locations and student walking routes, but they often delegate these duties to their contractors. Some bus stop locations and walking routes are easy to evaluate, but some may be more complicated and require assistance to make a determination about safety issues. Fortunately, Pennsylvania law, 67 Pa. Code 447.1, provides guidelines for determining if a walking route is safe, and a PennDOT Traffic Unit that is available to assist in evaluating bus stops and making safety determinations.

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