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Is your school district putting together a coronavirus task force on planning for next school year?


55%Yes 40% I don‘t know 5% No (Out of 430 responses.)


Might you stagger student boarding, when more than one student is at a stop?


75% Yes 13% No 12% I don’t know (Out of 200 responses.)


Is your school district considering required PPE use by drivers and other onboard transportation staff?


60% Yes, for school bus drivers and aides/monitors 21% I don’t know 9% Yes, for only school bus drivers 9% No, for neither 1% Yes, for only aides/monitors (Out of 347 responses.)


Is transportation represented on that task force?


82% Yes 10% No (Out of 236 responses.)


Might social distancing requirements require you to load and unload students different?


57% Yes 24% No 19% I don’t know (Out of 350 responses.)


Are you considering protective shields on the school bus to separate the driver from the students?


56% No 16% Yes 28% I don’t know (Out of 348 responses.)


Are you developing seating charts to fill the bus from the back to the front, to avoid students walking past one another?


71% Yes 20% No 9% I don’t know (Out of 200 responses.)


Are you considering providing student passengers with masks for the bus ride?


49% I don’t know 34% No


Are you planning on taking extraordinary measures to disinfect school buses in the new school year?


88% Yes 7% I don’t know 5% No (Out of 347 responses.)


17% Yes (Out of 347 responses.)


Are you considering wiping down the bus seats with disinfectant after every route?


82% Yes 10% No 8% I don’t know (Out of 339 responses.)


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