Bus capacity could be problem when districts reopen

CDC guidelines limit ridership

 Although most conversations about schools reopening are focused on what happens inside the classroom, one of the most complicated issues could be how students are getting back to campus safely.
School buses, which normally hold from 66 to 82 passengers, will have their ridership cut to a fraction of that because districts will be required to keep students socially distanced and to set capacities for each vehicle.
“Capacity is a great concern,” said Jerry De León, transportation supervisor ...

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