Pittsburgh school contractors facing bus driver shortage
from Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
School administrators and transit firms nationwide have harbored concern for months over an ongoing school bus driver shortage and its likely implications for the new school year. With classroom buildings now open — and with students showing up at bus stops — those fears seem to have been warranted. Consider just one example: Pittsburgh Public Schools. Firms with which the district contracts for daily transportation so far have fallen 20 drivers short of the number needed keep about 700 buses and vans on their normal daily routes, district officials said.
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